Is A Pill With Tcl 341 A Norco

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Mickey Says:
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white oblong pill with TCL 341 on it



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ms right Says:
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Yes this is a painkiller, its very potent so be careful taking it, if you have multiple do not take more than one. I take it and it works very well for me but sometimes I feel its to strong. Its Acetaminophen 500mg.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Mickey! How are you?

This tablet is manufactured by Time-Cap Labs and they list it as containing 500mgs of Acetaminophen. It is available over the counter and is a generic or store brand of Extra Strength Tylenol. Thus, it is not any type of narcotic or controlled substance.

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness and headache.

Is there anything else I can help with?


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perturbation Says:
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It's a genetic tylonol, Ms Right(sometimes). If that feels to strong to you I would definitely stay away from any and all pain killers. Period.

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PAINKILLER Says:

painkillers are not of the devil...........PERIOD. If someone is in pain, thats what they are there for. Perhaps everyones thresh hold is different. Everyone tolerates pain differently.... and if you cant tolerate the pain you are in.....then by all means kill it......with a painKILLER !.............PERIOD..

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Dt Says:
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No,this is not a narcotic medication

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Mzs Vee Says:

Lol. What is everyone talking about too strong? Norco? Lol. TCI 341 is just OTC ACETAMINOPHEN! GENERIC TYLENOL! Norco is prescription pain medicine. The pill you asked about you can get in most any store, pharmacy or gas station in America. Ms. Right gotta disagree, Tylenol IS NOT A "pain killer" lol, a pain reliever yes. Prescription meds are normally deemed lo pain-killers. All you guys, mostly everyone here responded to the question, saying a TCL 341 is strong?! Ha you guys are light-weights. No really if most of you all here are saying Acetaminophen is strong lol, then stay clear of the REAL pain killers!

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Insane Drama Says:
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These pills are weak they dont even help on my back pain

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TheKYrose Says:
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*giggle* generic tylenol isn't a true "pain killer". Perhaps they were talking about the liver toxicity that can occur if you take more than 4,000 mg (8 x 500 mg pills) in a 24 hr period. Technically though, they are actually an analgesic. An analgesic is a drug that achieves "analgesia" which is, the relief of pain.

Editor's note: updated toxicity threshold from saying 6,000 mg to the correct amount of 4,000 mg


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Leelee Says:
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It's 4000 in 24 hours... lol don't kill nobody overdosing them saying 6000...ima nurse I know it's 4000 for a fact....not being disrespectful ......


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Kid rockero Says:
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Yeah lightweight try a roxy 30! Ha!

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NurseNPatient Says:

No it's not a Norco - it's a generic Tylenol 500 Mgs. Best known as "Acetaminophen".

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Paula Says:

Pain killers shouldn't be abused, but told to stay away from all painkillers is very extreme. Obviously whoever is telling you that either has a very, very high pain tolerance or has never had chronic pain. You do have to be careful with painkillers, OTC & prescriptions but with some common sense and research (& the help of your medical professional), taking them shouldn't be an issue.

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Devinion Says:
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Norco my ass, that's hilarious. It's freaking tylenol. Strong? Not unless ur an infant.

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Devin Says:
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If I take them I take two and barley feel it. So they are strong but not as stong as you guys make it out to be

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foresight Says:
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"Genetic tylonol"? Seriously? The spelling and grammar on this board is atrocious.

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tana Says:

if youre going to post then know wtf youre saying. you should know what tylenol is and understand what a generic form is. *vee*

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Fyi Says:
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Please add in laymen terms, a Tylenol overdose will kill you. One of the most dangerous over the counter medications on the market.

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Nancy Says:
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Is this pill number tol341 is Norco or a different pain pill

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