Generic For Vicodin Hp

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I have been on these for awhile but now,it is and oval and has a big V on one side and the numbers 35/98

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Verwon Says:

Yes, this is just another generic for the same thing, these ones are made by Vintage/Qualitest Pharmaceuticals, the dosage is 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 660mgs of Acetaminophen.

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Norco 7.5/325mg tabs Says:

what do you request if you are allergic to yellow dye and these have a orange tint, I had a light receation,then stoped till I could get in them in a white form. Why so hard for RX to get in white ?

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Verwon Says:

Not hard at all, they are available in white, yellow, orange, blue, and a whole rainbow of colors, it just depends which company made them.

What you need to do, is go in and explain to the pharmacist you allergy problems. Most pharmacies simply carry the cheapest one they can find in their providers list of the generics, but they do have the others available, if you tell them about your problem, they can specially order the ones without the dye in them for you, and if you are going to be using them regularly, they will make sure to keep that supply on hand for you each month so they are there when you need a refill.

Your best bet for the best service for this type of thing, is to use a larger pharmacy chain, as the small mom&pops, can't always afford to go to this extra expense of ordering a med just for one person.

I know that Eckerd, Rite-Aid, Wal-Mart, Walgreens and many of the other large companies will glady order the ones you need, they can usually have them there in around 2 days, less if they have a stock in another store in a nearby town.

They may ask to have your doc confirm the need for the dye free ones, but then you will be set and they will be ready to accomadate that need anytime you go in with a new scrip or need a refill.

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