Vicodin Pill Numbers

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greg Says:
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yes, I can't find a list of Vicodin that shows number on pill and strength. don't need photos, just numbers & strength for all Vicodin. 5 to 10's.

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David Says:

Hi greg,

Please correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't brand name Vicodin's no longer being made? I was under the impression that it was replaced by Norco.

At any rate, here are some of the imprints and dosages I came across online while searching for Norco (including generics):

WATSON 913: 5/325
M365: 5/325
V 3604: 5/325
NORCO 729: 7.5/325
NORCO 539: 10/325
M367: 10/325
IP 110: 10/325

There may be a few others that I missed as well, since it's not very clear which ones are still on the market and which have been discontinued. On top of that I also realize they stopped making tablets with more than 325mgs of APAP as of Jan 2014, so I didn't put those down either.

Hope this helps!

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greg Says:
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There are some brand name Watson's #10 still around. Only thing is they have 650 Acetaminophen. they were responsible for a lot of people stomachs getting tore up. It was also calling causing urinary tract infection and incontinence. The medical field and doctors were going crazy trying to figure out what was wrong. Do the lot of people that had punched in the stomach to urinate it was a mess.
But I will tell you the brand name original vicodin -Watson brand we're really good nothing like the drug today.

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Roy Says:

To the original poster - if you are looking for the variations of the brand vicodin (not the generics with same active ingredients) then the following pages might help:

Vicodin - NDC Database Strengths range from 5/300 to 5/500

Vicodin ES - NDC Database Strengths range from 7.5/300 to 7.5/750

Vicodin HP - NDC Database Strengths range from 10/300 to 10/660

Hope this helps!

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