3601 V Yellow Oblong Manufacturer

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Compare White Oblong M 367 With Yellow 3601
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Drug store refiiled my prescription with a white oblong pill M367. I have been taking a yellow oblong pill 35 01 with a v on one side. Both I know are Hydrocondon-Acetaminopn 10-325. I recognize the M and V as the trademark manufacturer. I have found the yellow pill to be more effective than the white. Is this possible? ## Hi Karen, Different manufacturers use different inactive ingredients, binders, fillers etc...when making their "unique" formulations so it's possible that something that was used in the white pill could be causing your body to metabolize it differently than the yellow one. Sometimes those little things can effect us in a big way. I'm frustratingly surprised that doctor's and pharmacists don't mention these kinds of details to their patients. Ha... ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Thu, Sep 11 '14, 9:43 AM
yellow oblong pill with v on one side and 3601 the other
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What's the difference between yellow norcos compared to the white ones imprinted with lp-110 whats the difference ## Hello, Twin! How are you? Both of these tablets contain 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, they have just been manufactured by different companies. When a medication is available as a generic, it is very common for it to be made by several manufacturers, this creates market competition to help keep prices lower. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Yes do is there any difference between the two. Is the yellow ones better or the white ones just as strong ## No, as I said, they are t... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Norcos.
Fri, Oct 17 '14, 1:12 PM
generic hydrocodone yellow oblong pill what strength
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oblong, yellow pill, 3601 on 1 side-V on the other ## what is the dosage of this medicatation ## i was taking the white oblong hydrocodone, i next got the new yellow ones, now i have to take twice as much or more for the same pain. What happened? ## I was given a scrip for hydrocodone/apap 10/325. The pills are yellow elliptical shaped with 3601 imprinted on one side and a V on the other side. What is this generic for? ## I received generic Norco from Watson pharm. and light yellow, Watson 853, not as effective as the 1st RX, that I received from this new pharmacy. (I was using Wal-greens, go angry when asked to count pills with me.). The 1st RX was a darker yellow, and had a large V. I really felt relief. For the Manufacturer, Mfg:QUALI. How can I get the same effective medication. I a... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Tue, May 20 '14, 9:12 PM
New pill color
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My pill for hydrocodone 10/325. Is white, oblong and had 3601*v imprinted on it. Just got it from Walmart. Is this the correct pill? I am used to taking the yellow oblong. ## Yeah I got mine today and to my surprise they were white not yellow but very similar except for the white is V 3609 and the yellow is V 3601. I was dissapointed because I hate the white ones no matter what brand. I hope they don't stopped making the yellow like watson did. Now they serve u watson 853 in white! ## Many people here on MedsChat are saying the same thing about these V 3609 white pills being less effective. I think Post #1 is right about the white ones lacking efficacy all across the board from one manufacturer to the next. I've noticed a growing trend in action - Actavis's generic norco for... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Hydrocodone.
Sun, Aug 14 '16, 9:56 AM

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