White Oval Pill N 358 10

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Bubba Says:
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Found this pill that says n358 on one side and 10 on the other. What is it? I don't know if it is a lortab or not.


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Johnny Says:
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An oval white pill imprinted with "n | 358" on one side and "10" on the other is identified as Hydrocodone bitartrate (10 mg) + Acetaminophen (325 mg); a generic of Norco used for moderate to severe pain relief.

Manufacturer: Novel Laboratories Inc.
National Drug Code: 40032-0358

Hope this helps!

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Natalie Says:
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Yes it's Norco/lortab 10. I get them from CVS. Put out by novel laboratories. I have gotten these the last few months

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grah Says:

I found this "n 358 10" white oval pill in my son's backpack. What is it? I'm concerned if he's doing drugs or whatever this pill is.

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Shawnette Says:
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Re: grah (# 3)

Its a Lortab! Before you Scold him, ask him first, if he's having depression or any kind of issues at home/socially... Im not trying to tell you, how to raise your son..At All! But, if you use angry, you'll push him away and he'll start hiding. He Will Never Open Up To You! Be Blessed

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captainhook Says:

Re: Natalie (# 2)

My pharmacy just switched to these from the Yellow Watsons, are these any good?

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Nikki Says:
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RE: white pill with n358 on one side and 10 on the other

Norco 10 by Novel labs is worthless. I thought the U02 tabs were bad. Both make me sleepy and provide no relief from pain like I got from Lortab 10. What is being left out from these pills? Even if I take a 500mg Tylenol with it, it doesn't help.

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Candi Says:
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Was just reading your post and I hope all is well with you and your son.

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jen Says:
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I take these for pain and kids take them recreationally. 10mg hydrocodone (opioid) and 325mg tylenol. They are a class 2 drug like all opioids.

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Ironmanmastin Says:
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Re: Natalie (# 2)

Do they do u any good because I just got some of em myself

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Mhanda Says:
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Re: Johnny (# 1)

Actually, these have less acetaminophen (Tylenol) than Lortabs. Lortabs have 500 mg of Tylenol while Norco only has 325 mg. Tylenol is lethal in high doses, so because so many people use them recreationally, and at very high doses, the pharmaceutical companies decreased the amount of Tylenol in each pill in order to decrease the possibility of acetaminophen toxicity.

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Kimberly Says:
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Re: Nikki (# 6)

I feel the same way. I just write a review to the actual lab company. I will be going to a different pharmacy in the future.

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Still in pain Says:
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Re: Johnny (# 1)

The in 358 are not as good as the Watsons hydrocodone I'm still in pain wish I hadn't got these

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Kimberly Says:
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Re: Still in pain (# 12)

Me too. I'm never getting those again and I'm going to talk about this with my doctor. I am pretty upset cuz I have had to take two just to have an relief and at that rate I'll run out.

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ebony2 Says:
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I have an oval white pill with n358 on one side and 10 on the other side. What is the name of the pill? Is it something like a Lortab or a Vicodin 10?

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MLE808 Says:

I had my Rx of generic norco filled on Friday and it's weak. It's a white, scored oval pill with n 358 on one side and 10 on the other. I've been taking the 10/325 norco for over a year now. I have not increased the dosage or amount of pills I am prescribed. I usually receive a yellow colored generic norco and it works well. I have had other generics of the same 10/325 norco and have been fine. This generic is so weak, I think it may be only 5 mg, even though it is labeled and marketed at 10 mg. My evidence is not just the pain I am in, the real evidence is how easily I am pooping. Really. The very day I took this new generic, I passed a nice, easy poo. And I have been doing this every day since. Constipation is expected, and when I'm not constipated at all, I'm thinking, yes, this is quite weak. Where can I get it analyzed? I do not want to complain to my MD without this evidence. What can I do?

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Coco Says:
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What is a white oval shaped pill with N 350 10? I need to know what it is for, because a friend of mine takes them.

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Tbaby78 Says:
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Are these "n 358 10" pills real or fake? They have a very chalky taste and break very easily. It also leaves a bad chalky taste in my mouth.

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Bamababy123 Says:
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Re: Natalie (# 2)

On the back is the 10 spaced out quite a bit? Like 1 0? I found this pill and looked it up but can't find a photo for it.

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Lisa Says:
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Re: Bamababy123 (# 18)

I just received the exact same ones..The “10” is spaced out like “1 0”...was wondering the same..And they seem to break easily, almost like a chalky substance..

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James Says:
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Re: Lisa (# 19)

Same here with the spaced out 1 and 0. Did you find out any more info or end up taking them? Everything I have read is that these are generic versions but no photos to validate that. Wish I could post a photo of what I’m looking at, or someone could post a photo of theirs.

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