Norco 10/325 Generic

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joanne Says:
 
I received my med from a new cheaper pharmacy and wanted to know if I got ripped off I was prescribed norco 10/325 and given a generic pill with watson 853 imprinted on it. Does anyone know if there is such a generic?? It is yellow and oblong HELP

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LuAnn Says:
 
oblong blue green pill with imprint of SCF found in coat pocket

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Kristan Says:
 
you were given legitimate medication my norcos look exactly like that

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Verwon Says:
 
To be exact, Watson 853 is Hydrocodone 10mgs and Acetaminophen 325mgs, generic for Norco.

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Verwon Says:
 
I cannot find a listing for the one marked SCF. Sounds like something over the counter.

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cramer Says:
 
yes it is 10mg.. i have some in my hand right now!

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taynaelaine67 Says:
 
I know it's used for pain, but it gives you that bared out feeling/ drunken feeling. It's a commonly abused drug.

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michael Says:
 
NORCO 10/325 IS Watson-made hydrocodone/apap 10/325. There should be absolutely no difference between the two except the imprint.

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sara Says:
 
i just got generic norco. it is round green/blue color. did i get ripped off

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Lucky Says:
 
This batch said "IP 110" my others had a diffent inprint on them.My ? Is did I get gentic norco 10/325

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760mowie Says:
 
THE ROUND GREEN PILL IS ACTUALLY THE ORIGINAL nORCO VERY EXPENSIVE SO THATS WHY WE ALL TAKE THE YELLOW OR WHITE PILL MADE BY WATSON BUT THE FLATTER NORCO HAS NOT WORKED FOR ME JUST A BIG HEADACHE SO STICK WITH THE FOOTBALL SHAPED PILL BY WATSON IF YOU CANT AFFORD 325.00 FOR THE REAL ONE

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miss Sassy Says:
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Is m367 supposed to be same as loratab they say it is norco anyone know if this is true

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Tam Says:
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The pill with imprint IP110 does not work nearly as well for me as the yellow or the m367. I have spoken with my pharmacist about this and they make sure they have the correct brand every month for me. It is almost like a reaction.......an allergic reaction. So, they took measures to keep that from happening.

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Renee Says:
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Yes that is the generic for Norco 10mg tabs. You can look up any pill online..just look up any of the pill finder sites and input the imprint of the pill.

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Beagle Says:
 
I didn't think they made the yellow Watson anymore but years ago I used to get them. They were very good and wish I could find a pharmacy that handled those.

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Chula Says:
 
I refilled my Hydrocodon-Acetaminophn 10-325 substituted for Norco yellow in color and oval. I received this time same as above except this one was white in color,oval and says U03,what is the difference

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Ronin Says:
 
Those are fine for most people. I think what many have had a problem with are the Mallinkroft , not sure if it is spelled right, but I was prescribed these they are white and oblong, they did not do anything for the pain and made me ill.

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patty Says:
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I also received my monthly order of Norco 10/325. Watson was bought out by actavis last month. This pill has sent me to the e.r with chest pain and stomach pain so severe I thought I was having a heart attack. Every time they change manufacturers I get sick. The best one is qualities. I really do not know what to do. There needs to be a legal suit against them. I am not the only one who has been getting sick. I have been on them for over 3 years for lots of reasons. I wish I could find a answer. Help

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patty Says:
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Update. I went to fill my monthly rx and informed the pharmacist it was making me ill. He stated the only way it would make me sick is if I was abusing it. I was mortified and in disbelief as to what he had said to me. I went home and broke down mentally. He refused to fill my rx so I had to find another pharmacy to fill it. He also told me the manufacturer made the pill that way so people would not abuse it. So what happens to the patients that really need the medicine and take it as prescribed? There is no fix for my condition, just pain control. I will be filing a complaint and will find an attorney. These pharmacies have too much power and should not assume everyone is a drug abuser. My doctor is not a drug peddler.

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Goldee Says:
 
Patty

You had a valid prescription. I would have called my doctor. I have to eat something before taking the pills. I have a good relationship with my pharmacist but I had to leave CVS because of an opinionated nasty woman who was on a power trip. Do not let anyone judge you. It is not easy in today's environment to get prescriptions and the pharmacist has no right to speculate about your health.

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patty Says:
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Yes that is the generic Norco new manufacture

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