Norco From Pakistan

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norco 539 imprint. The 539 is slightly different than the imprint on the available picture of this product. Could it be counterfeit? The color is a darker yellow but I think that's ok.

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Verwon Says:

When you order from a foreign country, you always run the risk of getting counterfeit products, so yes, that is a possibility.

However, some variations in the color and imprint are normal and do happen just through the normal manufacturing process.

Norco contains 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, it is a narcotic pain reliever.


Is anyone else familiar with these pills?

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elmer Says:

Just as a follow -up on my NORCO 539 imprint inquiry...if the pill is NOT licenced to be made by WATSON how can one verify the ingredients? I guess chemical analysis but that is expensive. Any ideas?

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minoguesque Says:

Verwon really should have told you before giving any other info or links that Hydrocodone bitartrate (dihydrocodeineone, ketone derivative of dihydrocodeine mostly used as an antitussive but in combination synergistically with around 65mg paracetamol per 10mg Hydrocodone as a weak opioid analgesic - companies put far too much, sometimes as much as 750mg, into tablets; there is absolutely no advantage to this, in fact it makes them downright dangerous. Paracetamol, aka acetaminophen, is an extremely hepatotoxic NSAID/antipyretic and in my opinion should be a Controlled Drug of at least Schedule 3) - is licenced for use only in the USA, so the easy answer is that they are more than likely counterfeit.

In any case they would be illegal as I said because Hydrocodone is now only legally sold in the US since DICODID was deleted from the German and Austrian formularies. Shame, as those 10mg tablets were the most effective antitussive I ever had for my intractable and painful cough. There is no such thing as Hydrocodone/apap from any other country. And it is illegal to import it into any country that I know of.

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