Watson 853 White Pill Vs Yellow Pill

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jkerr Says:


I have been taking this medication for 5 years. I experience no difference between the yellow ones or the white ones. I think that some people may be building up a tolerance and that is why they believe the formula has changed, when you n fact they have simply just removed the dye. Discuss your concerns with your doctor.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Jkerr! How are you? I'm very glad that this medication is still working for you.

There can be slight fluctuations from one generic to another and some people are sensitive to any slight change, so they may find that it doesn't work as well for them.

This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

Are there any questions or concerns?


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speakertoanimals Says:
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Hello jkerr,
I agree with verwon. I am happy they still work for you, especially since the tolerance hypothesis would seem to apply to you more so than say myself because I have taken them infrequently over the past two years, never more than 2 per day and never more than 2 days in any month. The yellow ones worked nicely. These white ones might as well be chalk. I ended up taking 6 at once I just wanted relief and I got ZIP NADA NOTHING ZERO.

I have a friend who is happy with the whites ones, and I'm happy for her as well.

Discussing concerns with our doctors I think is a given with the group of us impacted by the sudden cessation of adequate pain management.


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