Watson Hydrocodone 10 325 White Tablets

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Tired of trying Says:

Watson 10/325 yellow Norco has worked for 13 years - the white tablets I fillled are not helping WHATSOEVER. I suffer from rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, carpet tunnel in both wrists,3 herniated discs, 2 bulging discs and 3 fuses discs in my neck among a few problems. This is horrible - between this & the Qualitest bad pills that made me sick last month along with NO pain relief my Dr. is saying he is going out on a limb for me - no one is going out on a limb - we are simply standing up and stating obvious fraudulent pills being sold as pain relief when there is NONE. This is so horrible to live in pain and be afraid to call your Dr. again and tell them this has happened again now with a different brand that previoulsy worked before they "took out the yellow dye". This is a nightmare. The company needs to issue credit coupons and make sure the Dr. is not held liable for helping his patient by issuing a new RX to get a medication that is not stealing us blind and leaving us in excrutiating pain.

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yesido Says:
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I totally agree. White Watson hydrocodone 10/325 just make me dizzy and dry-mouthed. Very little pain relief. I am having to take 2 pills to get relief. Qualitest yellow pills are much better, but I have to pay more to get them from pharmacy. Walgreens says they only have Watson but then every once in a while refill with Qualitest or Sun, which is Indian Pharma and very good pain relief.

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sa5150 Says:

I just got the 10mg Qualtiest and there much weaker then the white watson/activist , 5mg of watson are equal to 10mg of qualtiest .the qualtiest make me tired and not much pain relief , the watson make me agitated and hyper but work for pain very fast . now i'm stuck with the qualitest for the next 3 months . is there a brand that is strong without giving you anxiety ?

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