Loratab Ip 111 ?

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White Oblong Scored Tablet
Imprint says IP / 111 Is this a 5mg loratab? I found one in the bathroom, and am not sure if it is from an old prescription or not..



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chad Says:

Yes, That is a 5mg lorcet.... 112 is a 7.5 113 is a 10mg! Very additive if not careful its for pain! Withdrawls are horrible!

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opiate Says:

it is a 500mg vikidon.. not a loritab. they gave them to me while i was in jail when i knocked my shoulder out of socket

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Verwon Says:

LORTAB AND VICODIN ARE THE SAME THING!!

They both contain Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone, they are just the names used by different manufacturers.

This pill contains 500mgs of Acetaminophen and 5mgs of Hydrocodone.


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leeane Says:

how bad is the withdrawal ? anytime i try to wean off i land up taking more than ever.

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Charlie Says:

The answer is 5 mg LORTAB
5 mg of Hydrocodone
500 mg of Acetaminophen


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Charlie Says:

Furthermore, Vicodin has Ibuprofen and hydrocodone. Lortab has Tylenol and hydrocodone.

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