Hydrocodone/apap 10-325 Manufacturers

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onewholehalf Says:


For some 6-8+ years now, i have been taking 7.5/325 Hydrocodone (HYDROCO/APAP); generic name Qualitest. The pill is colored (pinkish/orange) with a "v" inscribed on one side; not 100% sure of Manufacturer; possibly NORCO or PAR P.; Qualitest has ALWAYS been the most reliable version of Vicodin/Hydrocodone. At any rate, much to my surprise several months ago, i had a script filled but when i opened vial, it was filled with WHITE (Watson) tablets; i was told that Qualitest was no longer available. The next morning (basically every morning) i awakened with a significant amount of pain and got myself up to take my normal/regular dose but after more than enough time for what would have relieved the pain; i felt NO relief whatsoever; after a second pill, i started to feel nauseous and the pain would just not subside. After a good amount of research, what i had found, blew me away; so rather than go into detail, all you need to do is type the query, eg., "ACTAVIS Hydrocodone does not work" or however you wish to word it. The above showed some 194,000 results; to see just one or two pages and have that many similarities is mind boggling.



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BL Says:

Qualitest is still available. But, your pharmacy may have been out of them.

Chances are the reason you felt nauseous after taking the second tablet is because you took too much.

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Verwon Says:

I agree with BL! This medication is well known to cause side effects, including nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, constipation, and headache. Such side effects become more pronounced, when the dosage is higher. It also carries the risk of being habit forming.

I'd like to ask why you equate Watson with Actavis, since they are not the same company, so the search results for one would no equate the search results for another.

Additionally, searching without the use of boolean phrasing can result in your receiving incorrect results, since searching for a general phrase does not eliminate, or include specific results that provide accuracy.

What are the markings on the tablets you've recently received? Posting back with these specifics would enable someone to provide you with more specific details.

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