Hydrocodone V 2355
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round white pill with v inprinted on front and 2355 on back

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Cg Says:
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By far you are correct it is a barbituate migraine med not narcotic. CG from SC

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John Says:
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Its a combination of both codeine and hydrocodone its has an amount that a combination that they dont want you to abuse the V 2355 white round is effective if you suffer from migraine and more they look for any abuse of it but this really works

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Carrie Says:
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Is it a norco or another form of pain pill, and is it safe to take? I have to take a drug panel on the 30th of this month and am wondering if it will turn up as hydrocodone.

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Nicky Says:
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It is not hydrocodone it is a pill with caffeine asprin and butalbital. Not listed as a narcotic. The brand name is Fiorcet and is given for minor migraine headaches

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Tainaviequed Says:
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Migraine pill. They just gave me one at the hospital

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Erika Says:
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Regarding what MigraineSucks said, you need to replace the word "NARCOTIC" with "Controlled substance". Narcotics are meds containing opiates and the like; also coke and derivatives. This medication contains neither. It IS a CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE though... as to why you need to show your license when you pick it up. Drugs can be a controlled substance and not a narcotic- but narcotics are always controlled substances. Hope I helped someone understand! :)

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Jmerrifield Says:
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So then is this pill just basically a Tylenol of some sort.

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Misty Says:
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But what is it called when bought over the counter?

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charles Says:
 
yes i take this pill 2355 with a V on the front which is firocet i do not know if i spelled that correctly but the side affects are

drowsiness.
lightheadedness.
dizziness, sedation.
shortness of breath.
nausea.
vomiting.
abdominal pain, and.
intoxicated feeling.

and it does give me like a drunk feeling as i believe its the dizziness side affect

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Jess Says:
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It is a headache medicine and is the generic for Fioricet

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MigrainesSuck Says:
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There is also another brand name for it, Esgic. It contains acetaminophen/butalbital/ caffeine. This also comes in capsule form, which in my opinion works a lot better, for migraines, tension & stress headache but it must be specified on your prescription otherwise you will get tablets. They ARE NARCOTIC now although have not been in the past. I want to say it was 2015 when this was changed by the FDA. Our pharmacist told us, pretty much anything now with acetaminophen in it has been/will be labeled as NARCOTIC. Such as a pain medicine generic: tramadol brand name: Ultram is also a narcotic now. It has to do with acetaminophen in them and all of the damage to the liver they are now saying is being caused by excessive amounts of it. I'm shocked they haven't made Tylenol, goody powders, or Tylenol arthritis narcotic lol! With proper caution of acetaminophen use and non-abuse these shouldn't be harmful. It is by no means anywhere near a Norco which contains hydrocodone & acetaminophen. The only similarities is the acetaminophen. I would suggest, like some one else mentioned prior to throughly speak with you dr & pharmacist about it if you have any questions.

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Ju Ju Says:
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I have bad migraines was prescribed this it doesn't do anything they said it was perfect for migraine headaches I don't know what to do you have any suggestions please help

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Brandi Says:
 
right!!!!! if they were an RN, they wouldnt be up on this website researching pills like us. lol

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Brandi Says:
 
To the NURSE RN person, you think you are better than everyone on here bc you supposedly dont take any narcotics. why are you even here in the first place! ughh people like u aggravate me.

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Bigdawg Says:
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Absolutely not a pain pill, it is for migraines only

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Dave Says:
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No it is not an opiate! No hydro codons in it.

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Lori Says:
 
phenobarb is considered a controlled substance but in this form such as in fioricet you don't need to show your drivers license to pick up such as with hydrocodone

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xXxGAMBITxXx Says:
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The Blue LCI 1695 is the same medication as the White V 2355. They're both Fioricet. 325/50/40

They DO NOT CONTAIN HYDROCODONE..Period!!! That should be the end of the discussion. It's just that simple, they just don't.

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Cassy Says:
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I have two different pills in my pill bottle. One of them says a v/2355 and the is a blue that says LCI/1695.

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Harsh Critic Says:
 
you cannot possibly be an RN. The style of writing you used in your response indicates that you could not possibly be a Registered Nurse. You may be a CNA, but definitely not an RN!

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