Mallinckrodt Hydrocodone

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Mallinckrodt Hydrocodone
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I have been using brand name Norco 10 325 for some time. recently because of the DEA I cannot get them and nowi mallinckrodt s the only drug my pharmacy sells. I have read so many bad things about them on the internet, frankly I am about to have a nervous breakdown as I recently had rotator cuff surgery and I have to have the pain control to complete my therapy. I have heard good things but everyone says that the one to say the good things are crazy. help!!! ## I understand your concern, however, the only way to know if they will help you, or not, is to actually try them! You're not doing yourself any good by getting upset over it, please calm down. :-) It isn't that the people on either side of what you've read are crazy, it's that everyone is different, so some may not... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Tue, Nov 21 '17, 9:44 AM
mallinckrodt hydrocodone 7.5/325
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I have been taking Qualitest brand 7.5 325 for cervical stenosis overall back problems and assorted other problems. Here is the thing I am take 1/2 of the 7.5 325, 4 times a day does not take all pain away but helps somewhat, well, CVS just changed to mallinckrodt 7.5 325 and they are not scored. The pharmacist said use a pill splitter, the thing there us, everything I have read on non scored pills regardless of what they are should not be split because you do not know where the medicine is, that is why they score them. Is the mallinckrodt medicine right in the middle as the pharmacist said or is she blowing smoke? ## Hello, Yvonne! How are you? Your pharmacist is correct. The medication is evenly dispersed through the tablets, so you can cut them. The only ones you can't cut are th... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Mon, Jul 17 '17, 4:07 PM
mallinckrodt Hydrocodone vs Qualitest
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I have been taking Hydrocodone 5-325 s, by mallinckrodt for a few years now for back pain , they work really well, I take 2 at a time . My pharmacist switched to Qualitest and it was a nightmare . I took one of those and had a migraine headache the whole day , along with breathing problems, rash , and nausea , bad stuff . I did some research and manufacture does matter . Found a place that has Mallincroft . ## Hi Ilene, Sorry to hear about your experience with the Qualitest version. I'm glad you were able to find a place that has your preferred manufacturer in stock. If I had to make an assumption based on your description, I'd say the binders and fillers could've been the root cause of such side effects. When you switch brand names or manufacturers the drug itself doesn... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Fri, Jan 22 '16, 3:51 PM
Mallinckrodt discontinue hydrocodone
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Mallinckrodt still makes hydrocodone. Depending on lowest bidder, unless a drug is truly discontinued, that's who your pharmacy will stock. I am a tech and our pharmacy just changed to Mallinkrodt which I feel is an inferior product. ## What brand is the least troublesome ? Do you get many complaints from your opioid using customers ? I sometimes break my tablets in half. I've noticed that the brands that give me trouble are much MUCH harder to break than the brands that work effectively. the ones that work well almost dissolve in my mouth I wonder if anyone else has noticed this. ## has Mallinckrodt made upgrades on their MS Contin er inthe last 4 years ## I use to take Mallincrot because it was the most consistent but my Pharmacist stopped using that and this has been quite so... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Fri, Feb 03 '17, 6:08 AM
Mallinckrodt cheap hydrocodone returns!
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I'm sure they're more than a few of you out there that might be returning to look into basically the same problems with Mallinckrodt Pharm"s Hydrocodone/APAP 7.5/325, commonly referred to as Norco. About 4 years ago, Mallinckrodt dumped a bunch of this product on the US market. I have been taking Norco for about 12 years & have always been at about the same dose and never had any problems until I ran into this brand. I've had Actavis, Watson, & Qualtest brands with relatively no noticeable difference. Then four years ago, I filled my usual prescription and came home to find a different shaped tablet with M366 on the side. Almost immediately after my first dose, first came the stomach ache, then the headache, and eventually the feeling of withdrawal. I went to the... ...
Updated 7 days ago in Hydrocodone.
Tue, Jan 16 '18, 4:48 PM
hydrocodone bitartrate by mallinckrodt
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I have large, bright yellow pills with no markings. They are from outside the U.S. and are supposed to be hydrocodone bitartrate by mallinckrodt with a National Drug Code of 0406-0367. If generic, are these as they are supposed to be? ...
Updated 8 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Thu, Apr 20 '17, 8:24 PM
mallinckrodt hydrocodone with no markings
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Has anyone had mallinckodt hydrocodone that doesn't have any markings? ## Hello, Freddy! How are you? There are no legal U.S. prescription tablets that don't have markings on them. Imprints are required by law to enable their identification, in case of emergency. I can also tell you that Mallinckrodt doesn't make any medications without markings on them, they use their logo on everything they manufacture. That said, if it doesn't have a marking, it is most likely just some type of over the counter product. The FDA lists Hydrocodone as being 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? ## I have a script of norco 5-325... ...
Updated 23 days ago in Hydrocodone.
Sun, Dec 31 '17, 8:49 PM
hydrocodone acetaminophen 5 325 mallinckrodt
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I have been taking 5-500 acetaminophen for my rheumatoid for a few years now with no issues and good blood test results every 3 to 5 months. My new insurance company just changed it to 3-325. I've taken about 80 over the past few weeks and have developed thick red painful rashes on my thighs and waist at belt line. They are made by a different company as well. I made doctor appointmntment but its 4.5 weeks away. Any advice or thoughts. this is the only change in my diet or medicine I can think of. ## Hello, Danny! How are you? Sorry about the problem that you're having. Actually, your insurance company cannot change your medication and/or dosage. That can only be approved by your doctor, even if there is something that they don't cover, or something is unavailable, any chang... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Fri, Feb 07 '14, 12:16 PM
Mallinckrodt Pharmacuticals Hydrocodone, M357.
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Using Mallinckrodt M357 hydrocodone and pain was perfectly controlled. About 20 months later my pharmacy changes the manufacturer to Watson. This new hydrocodone is not working as fast nor as effective. This leads me to using more than i normally would with Mallinckrodt M357. I am still within the doctors prescibed range but i do not like using any more than need be. My doctor has not an answer. What i would like to do is find a Pharmacy in the maryville, tennessee area that carries Mallinckrodt M357 to see if it is the medication or me building resistance. I do not think it is me because my back pain told me the first day of Watson use that it was not working. I have been now with the Watson for about two months. ## I NEED TO QUIT PLEASE HELP ME AND I WANT TO DO IT AT HOME...SO WHAT IS... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Mon, Sep 11 '17, 3:42 PM
Has mallinckrodt hydrocodone changed its formula?
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Does anyone feel that mall. Hydro 10/325 has changed? It used to it just makes me REALLY tired? and they seem smaller?Im alergic to Amneal anything, so I downgraded to this one from Oxy. There just an not any good generics out there any longer, unless you can find Endocet? Ive been approved for brand. But the co pay is 450.00? I cannot handle that a month. Does anyone have good results with mallenkrodt Hydro 10? ## Hello, Dolly! How are you? No, there haven't been many complains about theirs, at all. You may have just grown tolerant to it, though. How long have you been taking it? 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. ## well,Dolly here! Ive b... ...
Updated 7 days ago in Hydrocodone.
Tue, Jan 16 '18, 4:31 PM
Hydrocodone-Acetaminophen 10/325 by Mallinckrodt
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My pharmacy changed my meds from the yellow 10-325 v 3601 norco to the 10-325 white m367 mallinckrodt. I've been taking the yellows for years with no problems. Today I started the whites and feeling dizzy, a little weak, kind of panicky. What is different about the two meds that would cause this? ## hi i take the 10-325 hydrocodone apap tablet malli and i was takeing the yellow 10-325 witch helped me i have a very bad back and spine problems the whit pills do noting but give me headackes and upset stomack i have been on vicodin for many years now that the drugs store gave me the white pills they do not work but make me sick what can i do? ## Hello, Jennifer and Don! How are you both? I am very sorry about the problems that you're having. There can be slight fluctuations in the a... ...
Updated 15 hours ago in Hydrocodone.
Tue, Jan 23 '18, 11:26 AM
Mallinckrodt Hydrocodone Inert Ingredients: LACTOSE
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Does the hydrocodone-ACETAMINOPHEN contain lactose? I am very lactose intolerant. It causes lots of gas & bloating, which causes considerable more pain. Not a good thing when I'm taking it for severe pain (lower back). What are my alternatives? ## I'm not certain which one you're asking about, since Mallinckrodt does manufacture several in different dosages, but so far from what I've found, none of them are listed as containing lactose. The inactive ingredients are listed as being: crospovidone magnesium stearate microcrystalline cellulose povidone corn starch silicon dioxide stearic acid You can learn more Vicodin details here. Since the Hydrocodone is a narcotic, it can cause constipation and some gastric upset, so what you're experiencing may just be due to th... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Thu, May 09 '13, 12:04 PM
mallinckrodt hydrocodone side effects and info needed
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I was prescribed hydrocode 10/325 by my md. I was getting yellow I'm getting pills that i believe are from mallinckrodt the hotel says manufacturing company is MLKCM. My concern is that this MLKCM brand make me feel ill. It causes heart palpitations, increased bowel movements, and it does not help the pain as well add the other. Is this mallinckrodt and had anyone else had these symptoms with this brand? Thank you so much for any help you can give on info with this brand ## Hello, Dar! How are you? Sorry about the problems that you're having. What are the markings on the pills in question? I really can't provide you with any information on them, without knowing that. Sometimes the manufacturer listed by the pharmacy is actually just a licensed distributor and not t... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Sun, Sep 10 '17, 5:27 PM
aurobindo hydrocodone, mallinckrodt hydrocodone, qualitest
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I have been taking Hydrocodone-Acetominophen 7.5-325 for years for degenerative disks in my back. The generic Aurobindo tablets don't work for me and make me nauseated. Applause go to: Mallinckrodt. Mallinckrodt manufactures that same prescription (white pill M366) and they are the only ones I have found that actually work with no unpleasant side effects. I really wish my pharmacy hadn't switched manufacturers. I am extremly disappointed in Aurobindo generic for Norco. The other one that didn't work was orange with a V on one side and 36|05 on the other, manufactured by Qualitest. It was garbage, just like the Aurobindo. ## I've probably just read 50 reviews on Hydrocodone 10-325's & you're the first person that actually has something good to say about Mallin... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Hydrocodone.
Tue, Nov 22 '16, 10:17 PM
hydrocodone 360
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I have 2 different hydrocodone pills. The first one is hydrocodone/acetaminophen 5/325 mg & stamped M365 & was given for a hysterectomy. The 2nd bottle is hydrocodone/APAP 5/325 mg & stamped 360+ & was given for surgery, where they removed a kidney due to a benign mass. This pill has red specs on it. Wondering what, if any, difference there is. I called the pharmacy & they assured me that it was just a different manufacturer. Could you please clarify it for me? Thank you! ## Hello, Terry! How are you? Your pharmacy was correct, and to be more precise the one with the 360 on it actually contains a higher amount of Hydrocodone, the manufacturer Mallinckrodt lists it as containing 7.5mgs of it, coupled with the 325mgs of Acetaminophen. The FDA warns that this medication... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Hydrocodone.
Fri, Sep 23 '16, 6:31 PM
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m357 capsule ## M 357 is 5 mg Hydrocodone + 500 mg Acetaminophen. Manufactured by Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals. It's a narcotic pain reliever generic for Vicodin. ## Roy is correct. I would like to post a warning though that this pharmaceutical company does not always have good quality control so their meds are not always reliable. There have been many complaints made about their products. ...
Updated 10 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Fri, Aug 10 '07, 2:04 AM
Hydrocodone error?
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Just started using hydrocodone apap tab5mg-325. This first dose I took is 2 pills at 12 noon. The bottle instructions say you can take 1 to 2 tablets every 4 to 6 hours. It is now 3:15 pm and it feels like the hydro pills, made by Amneal are just about finished. The pills I have been taking prior to this are oxycodone, Mallinckrodt, acetaminophen 5-325 and I take 1 pill every 6 hours. This is OXY condone, NOT HYDRO codone made by Amneal. Are they different strengths? The HYDRO seems weaker. Whats the difference between the two? And should they be interchangeable? ## It does require 7.5mgs of the Hydrocodone to be equal to the 5mg Oxycodone you were taking, because the Oxycodone is stronger. However, it may simply be that the Hydrocodone just doesn't work for you. Learn more Vicodin ... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Tue, Jul 11 '17, 11:42 PM
Mallinckrodt VicodinES
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I have been taking hydrocodone manufactured by Mallinckrodt for years, I recently renewed my rx and they gave me hydrocodone manufactured by Watson, I found these do NOT work as well. I called the pharmacy and they told Mallinckrodt discontinued producing hydrocodone. Is this true? If so does anybody know of a manufacturer that is equivalent to Mallinckrodt? ## Hi I have been taking vicodin For a long time.but from different manufacturers. And recently I got some a couple of days Ago,and it was generic for is called norco.and it said generic for lortab.I don't know Who the manufactor is. But it is stronger.and only 325 mg.of tylenol. I take 7.5.I don't know what you take but it is stronger I guess bc it has less tylenol. You could research it and see.or just research t... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Thu, Mar 06 '14, 10:53 AM
methadone mallinckrodt
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I take 30mg of methadone for 2 ruptured disc's L4,L5 along with 40mgs of hydrocodone for 5years now,I have been getting the mallinckrodt but this time pharmacy gave me the asc116 round tabs and I noticed my pain breaking through sooner and having to take them early than the mallinckrodt.Was wondering if there was a difference in them I thought by law they would have the same milligrams in them. ## Hello, James! How are you? I am very sorry about the problem you're experiencing. Under the Hatch-Waxman Act of 1984 generics are allowed to differ from the name brand by as much as plus, or minus 20% of the active ingredient(s), however, sometimes issues occur, because generics do not have to measure against each other, only against the name brand. Thus, there's a chance that this... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Methadone.
Thu, Aug 03 '17, 5:24 AM
Watson or hydrocodone?
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I recently went to CVS and forgot that they use some sort of generic for lortab called, well, I call it "Mallencrock (crock-o-crap). I have a refill. Can I go in and ask that they not make me pay for something I can't stand and doesn't work for me, and that I would like to have Lortab/Watson brand? ## There have been many complaints about the products manufactured by Mallinckrodt. Yes, you can ask them ahead of time if they have a different one in stock to fill your prescription, though it may be more expensive. If they don't, or won't order it in for you, you could always see about transferring your prescription elsewhere. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I actully did what you said and had it transferred to Walgreens and they happily gave me what I wanted... ...
Updated 18 days ago in Lortab.
Fri, Jan 05 '18, 1:36 PM

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