Watson 780 (Thread 159505)

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blue oblong pill with 780 on it

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kckc Says:
i found a blue pill with watson 780 on it and have no clue what it is

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lisa lozano Says:
a nurse told me watson 780 is 10 mg of hydrcodone and carafate is that true and aint it true watson only makes hydrocodone

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