Do They Still Make Yellow Norco

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Are yellow norco still manufactured
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Do they still make the qualitest v 36 01 yellow norco and can you still find pharmacies that carry these or have they been recalled and are they only making the white ones now? ## Patrick, they stopped making them a while back. It is highly doubtful that you can find any of the yellow Norco. They took the coloring out due to so many people having allergy problems connected to it. ## They still have the yellow qualitest...I get them everytime I fill my script. ...Save On Drug store, on Ford rd and Lilly.. All Save on Drugstores carry them, ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norco.
Tue, Jan 12 '16, 4:27 AM
my friend mixed yellow norco and pink lortab in same bottle they got wet and is now a brown power is this powder safe to take
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if yellow norco and pink lortab get wet in same bottle will it turn to a brown powder. is this powder safe to eat and will it still stop pain. ## Definitely not qualified to answer this one... have some opinions, but will be quiet and sit over here... ## Hi curious, These medications are meant to be taken when in their original form (they should not be taken if they have been damaged or tampered with). Since both medications have been mixed together into a powder with water, their individual formulas have been altered and that could potentially make them very unsafe and ineffective. Also, there is no longer a way to measure out the correct dosage since two medications have essentially turned into one. Are there any pills left in the bottle or have they all turned into powder? ## What is... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Norco.
Sun, Apr 09 '17, 8:14 PM
u 01 white round norco
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Recently got prescribed narcos round white chalky ish u01 .5 mg they suck they do not work we want the old Watson's or the yellow the user 1.5 do not work they are horrible I don't know what the deal is made in China do not know they do not work who's also use 05 I believe so that are 10 mg they don't work either those are oblong white and chalky they do not work start a protest ## Hello, Troy boy! How are you? What symptoms are you experiencing that make you feel it isn't working? Are you just still in pain, or are you experiencing unusual symptoms? The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. ...
Updated 4 months ago in Norco.
Thu, Aug 24 '17, 9:54 PM
Possibly sensitivity allergic reaction from the new norco generic marked UO2
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My pharmacy is a Ma and Pa's that I've been going to for over seven years now.. They don't have very much business so they have a lot of medications still on the shelves that they no longer sold do to the change in the dosage of the Acetephtme in Vicodin ... this month they gave me the generic form of my Norco's 7.5/325, by AUROBINDO pharmaceuticals. normally I get the yellow norcos and will ask the pharmacist to make sure to give me those ones due to my sensitivity of the new off-the-wall generic meds that give me withdrawal symptoms and migraines and on the toilet constantly!! The pharmacist told me that I was ""hypersensitive"" to the non inactive ingredients... such is the glue that holds the medicine together... but at the time he did not have my nor... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Norco.
Mon, Oct 13 '14, 3:17 AM
i need information on what this pill is an what it does.
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IT's a white, round pill 1/4 in in size, smooth on one side, 2C above a line 16 under the line ## Based on the description provided, I've identified your white round pill as Paroxetine HCL (20 mg). NOTE: the "2" is actually a "Z" Manufacturer: Zydus Pharmaceuticals National Drug Code (NDC): 68382-0098 Paroxetine is used to treat major depression, obsessive-compulsive, panic, social anxiety, and generalized anxiety disorders in adult outpatients. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Paroxetine Details I hope this info helps! ## They absolutely still make the yellow norcos, I just got mine filled 2 days ago and they are yellow. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Paroxetine.
Sat, May 11 '13, 6:40 PM
IP110 vs v3601
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I have been taking v3601 yellow norco since I have had 2 spinal fusion done and they work great. One pill lasts about six hours. Now my pharmacy switched to IP 110 and I have to take 3 to 4 pills every 4 to 5 hours and they make me feel weird. I don't care what anyone says, there is a difference in the two. The ip110 are complete garbage and should be taken off the market. I am in so much pain still after 4 pills and feel like crap. How can this manufacturer think no one would notice the difference? So now I have to go all month (well I won't make it all month) taking two to three time more a day than normal. I will run out. This is such crap. So now I am forced to take more then prescribed a day just to somewhat help the pain instead of taking less to help the pain. Completely ... ...
Updated 6 days ago in Norco.
Mon, Jan 15 '18, 7:25 PM

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