N358 On One Side And 10 The Other (Page 2)

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Wayne Says:


Want to make sure pharmacy gave me the correct medication. I had taken some pain medication that has M367 but today the pharmacy gave me a pill with the letter "n" on the left side and "358" on the right side of the score line. On the other side it has number "10". Just want to make sure I got the correct medication for pain. Not more or less of what my Dr has been giving me. I take a 10mg dose. I am supposed to take 10mg of hydrocodone and 325mg of acetaminophen. Want to make sure that is what I got today.



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Bobby Says:
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Re: susan (# 2)

Wow, Aren’t you just the smartassed b*****. They change identification markings on meds from pharmacy to pharmacy and manufacturers to manufacturers constantly. You seem so “Scholarly.”???

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Mae Says:
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My other prescribed hydrocodone was yellow, is this the same as n358 and a number 10 on the back?

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Karen Says:
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Yes it got me too and I’ve been a registered nurse now retired but 30 years and my last job was at a nursing rehab place as an ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF NURSING AND AS MOST DUTIES OF THE DON'T I DO THE FOOTWORK WHICH ALSO includes disposing with the pharmacist the controlled meds and I’m always looking for the non-narcotics to not have to dispose of in this way which is costly and very time consuming. I came upon those Norco myself and did not think they were controlled but I’m anal about my meds so I look everything up. Never EVER take another’s word for it. Trust me on this, even from pharmacies that 99.99% of the time are correct but I almost started a MED that was NOT compatible with another MED I took and it wasn’t what the doc had ordered, so Be BEWWY BEWWY DIWEGENT when it comes to your body and what you allow in it...

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Thisgirl1985 Says:

I've only seen tablets like this just recently. I got my refill straight from CVS. Has anyone else seen them? If you look it up, the 1 and 0 are close together. Anyone have any experience with these?

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Roy Says:

Here is what I found on it:

Hydrocodone Bitartrate 10 mg / Acetaminophen 325 mg

NDC: 40032-358
Color: White
Imprint: n 358 10
Mfg: Novel Laboratories, Inc.

Inactive Ingredients:

- Microcrystalline Cellulose
- Silicon Dioxide
- Stearic Acid
- Povidone
- Crospovidone
- Magnesium Stearate
- Corn Starch

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Rita Says:
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Re: Nicki (# 3)

I use to get the pills in yellow and they worked...for some reason cvs started filling my prescriptions in the white and the 1 0 was printed with a space between the 1 and the 0
These pills seem to have very little relief
I looked the pill up can find no pictures with the space between the 1 and the 0
I have chronic pain...I ask my doctor about doubling the dose and was told no

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