Watson Hydrocodone 503

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Verwon Says:

Watson 503 contains Acetaminophen 650mgs and Hydrocodone 10mgs, this is a generic for Lorcet, a potent narcotic pain reliever.

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They don't make them like they use to cuz Watson is a sell out and now Watsons pills suck. The colored ones r better.

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Johnny Says:
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If pain pills are addictive so what. If a person is in so much pain like myself they will be taking them the rest of their lives anyway. I was taking 200 mlg of morphine twice a day plus oxy 30's eight times a day and the quality of my life was never better

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