Watson 418, Watson 918, Watson 539 Or Watson 593

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anyways the pill is a off white and yellowish colar and has a wierd oval, football shape to it. not sure what it is, i was told it was a norco but a wasnt really a 100% sure. if ya find anything wright me back. thanx

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hurtin4certain Says:

418 Watson : Cyclobenzaprine Hcl 10 mg. A pic. of the pill is at the following link:

It's a muscle relaxer that works on certain pats of you body..it works by blocking nerve endings at your central nervous system..It's geneic for Flexeril

I have taken flexeil off and on, switcdhing bewtween baclophen and it because baclofen is non nacotic, nonaddicting..they sasy....so I used to switch off. Flexeril made me lazy

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hurtin4certain Says:

whoops fogot to give you the link to go to fo moe infomation egading flexeil...same thing

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matt Says:

damn the wrong pill but yeah a better hint to finding it would be that it is a hydrocodine supposidly
but the cloar of it is off white yellowish and was a football shaped

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