Green And White Pill Ucb 903

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white pill with green specks and has 903 on one side and ucb on other ## You have generic Lortab: Hydrocodone 7.5mg Acetaminophen 500mg ...
Updated 12 years ago in Lortab.
Tue, Nov 15 '05, 4:47 AM
I cant figure out what these pills are!
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I have these pills and dont know what thet are..they are white-ish, kinda scround, with green specs that don't taste like wint-o-anything..Any help out there? oh yeah, I THINK they say ucb 903 ## Same ingredients as Vicodin, but it's actually Lortab, containing 7.5 mg Hydrocodone, 500 mg Acetaminophen. ...
Updated 11 years ago in Vicodin.
Wed, Jan 11 '06, 4:36 PM
lortab 7.5
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white with green specks ucb 903 ## The pill in description is Lortab; which is a combination of Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone (500 mg - 7.5 mg). Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone is a combination of two types of pain medicine to treat moderate to severe pain. For more information about this drug, please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Lortab.
Mon, Mar 15 '10, 3:45 PM
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white oval with green specks. 903 on one side and ucb on the other. scored ## Lortab Info Click Here ...
Updated 11 years ago in Lortab.
Fri, Jun 30 '06, 4:22 PM
possible lortab 7.50TXXFD
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white pill with green specks russ on one side 903 on the other ## The Lortab pill that has the 903 on it also has the letters UCB. Learn more Lortab details here. Are you sure the marking is RUSS? I'm not familiar with any tablets that use that logo. Does anyone else know what these are? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Lortab.
Fri, Sep 28 '12, 10:54 AM
Show Me What Lortab Has On It
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the answer is completely correct yeaaahhh budddyyyy ## Lortab contains the active ingredients Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone, it is a narcotic analgesic and is also available as a generic. That means that there are quite a few manufacturers that make it, in different dosages and the way the pill can look, as well as the markings, will be different for all of them. That also means that I can't possibly list them all on here. Just some examples for the name brand: 5/500 oblong, white with blue specks, marking UCB on one side and 902 on the opposite. 7.5/500 oblong, white with green specks, marking UCB on one side and 903 on the other. 10/500 oblong, pink UCB on one side and 910 on the other. Is there a specific tablet you're questioning? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Lortab.
Mon, Nov 21 '11, 12:50 PM

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