White Vicodin With Green Speckles

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the pill has a v on one side and 3594 on the other sideit is white with green speckles on it



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jules7373 Says:

Drug Name
Acetaminophen-hydrocodone Bitartrate
Strength(s)
500 mg-7.5 mg
Imprint(s)
3594
V
Manufacturer / Distributor
Qualitest Pharmaceuticals Inc


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PillBoy Says:

Just wondering when and WHY they put the green specks in the Vicodin (3594 V) I have always just gotten all white pills and this time I thought they were moldy or something but then read the pill description on the bottle. WHY did they put those in, anyone know??

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jules R Says:

It isnt Vicodin , its brand name Lorotab. it is the same thing.

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Verwon Says:

To clear up a few things in regards to these posts....

The tablet with the 3594 V is not, nor has it ever been a name brand product, but it does contain 7.5mgs of Hydrocodone and 500mgs of Acetaminophen.

In regards to the coloring, it has also always had the green specks. However, such coloring actually means nothing, that is entirely up to the whit and whim of the manufacturer and they can make it look however they choose.

This is a generic medication, so there are several available on the market and they will all have different imprints and may look different and/or be different colors.

Additionally, as of 2013, the FDA wants companies to reformulate all of these products, so that they only contain 325mgs of Acetaminophen, due to the risk of toxicity if someone takes too much or is taking them for a long period of time.

Some manufactures have already implemented these changes and the rest are expected to have done so by 2014. Thus, at some future point, if the manufacturer retains use of this imprint, it may no longer contain 500mgs of Acetaminophen.

Are there any questions or comments?

You can learn more Vicodin details here.

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