White With Red Speckles V3604 Time Released??

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kandi Says:


Are these vicodin time released?? They have 325\5mg my dad says he feels weird a couple hours later but not after he takes them so I'm curious.



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David Says:

Hi kandi,

To answer your question, this brand of Vicodin is actually an immediate release version.

In regards to how your dad feels, it could be that he's experiencing some sort of side effect from Hydrocodone:

nausea
drowsiness
dizziness
lightheadedness
fuzzy thinking
anxiety
abnormally happy or abnormally sad mood

Ref: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0000014/#a601006-sideEffects

Has he ever taken Vicodin before with similar side effects?

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kandi Says:

No this is his first time he got in to a motorcycle accident 20 years ago and his ankle is beginning to be unbearable as the years go by. Thank you so much for the anwser..

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