Yellow Norcos 10 325

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Wizard Says:
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I live in Modesto California I would like to know what pharmacies will dispense the yellow norcos 10 325 can someone help me please the white ones are not working as well as the yellow ones and I know it's just a big ol lie where they say they're not making the yellow ones no more I know they are can someone help please

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Verwon Says:

No, it is not a lie, the manufacturer stopped making them due to the problems that some people were having with the dye, such as allergic reactions, being sensitive to it, and etc.

The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation.

What are the markings on the white ones you are taking?

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Wizard Says:
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Thanks for your help but I finally found a place that has the yellow norcos I really appreciate it thank you

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Lena Says:
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Hi wizard. Where did you find the yellow ones? Yes, I have found them to work best too.

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wizard Says:

I found a small pharmacy in salida ca where my friend gets theme there the real dill.

Thanks for answering my text.

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Rarebreed1 Says:
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Any info on the spot? Im in Modesto and still can't find any...

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Sasykat Says:
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Help. I live in Atwater and in the last 3 months my Norcos have just been garbage. A Tylenol would do better. I have horrid back problems from a car crash and the pharmacy people look at you like you're crazy when you tell them they don't work. My doctor said look for the yellow ones... Can anyone help me locate them near me?

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Mike Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

I just had 1 at the hospital a yello norco they proscribed me white ones

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