Norco 539 White Pill

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Ace Says:
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I've never seen one thats white?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Ace! How are you? Sorry about the confusion, I'm happy to clear this up for you.

Norco is manufactured by Watson Pharmaceuticals and they have been removing the dye from all of their products, due to the fact that some people were sensitive or allergic to them. Over the past few months, they've all been slowly changing to white tablets.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Youto Says:
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As congress did whatever they did 4 months ago, after many years of difficult pain management, a regimen that was productive at least as being independent, then generic 10/325 already with side effect issues from other pain medicine. After much work my needed to function Norco was approved. Thinking no more nausea, and house work can not be so dreaded, to get home and see a white pill, looked, it does say norco, now reading all the complaining, if red dye effects some folks, maybe the yellow dye is magical.

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