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white thick oblong with the word watson 823 imprinted on top of pill ## I was unable to locate WATSON 823, I did however locate WATSON 825. Click here to see a picture of the pill. If this is your pill, it's Acetaminophen 650 mg and Oxycodone 10 mg, which is used to treat moderately severe to severe acute (short-term) pain. To learn more click on the link below... If this is not your pill, please post back with any more information so I can assist you in finding the right pill. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Mon, Apr 13 '09, 4:29 PM
watson yellow oval
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Updated 9 years ago.
Sat, May 10 '08, 6:20 PM
watson hydrocodone 10 650
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Did waston quit making the green 10/650?this is what my pharmacist told me when I got my last script,gave me a flat white pill that does nothing to relieve my pain. ## HI, Flash! Sorry that you're so miserable, I do understand. There are actually two issues at play here…. The first is that Watson had some issues with customers being sensitive/allergic to the dyes in their products, so they have been changing them to remove the dyes and, while they claim that is the only change that's been made, many people are complaining that they are no longer effective at treating pain. The second issue is that due to concerns over overdose toxicity and the possibility of liver damage from long term use of high amounts, the FDA has requested that all manufacturers lower the amount of Ac... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Sat, Aug 24 '13, 3:04 AM
white lortab 10 watson 540
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Two weeks after I started taking the new white watson 10 mg lortab I began to develop blisters on the back of my hands and wrist as well as noticing that they are not near as strong. I used to take 1/2 blue pill in the morning for years but now I need two whole white ones to be able to move around. Sucks!!! I also developed white bumps on my ankles and swelling in my left foot but not painful or any itching. anyone else? ## Hi, Jo! Sorry about the problems you're having… And yes, there are plenty of other people that have posted about experiencing odd side effects from them and stating that they don't seem to be as effective. Those blisters are concerning, it could be an allergic reaction to something they've used in these ones. Have you consulted your doctor? You real... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Lortab.
Tue, Aug 06 '13, 12:03 PM
Difference Watson 502pink oblong yellow 3601
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Is the pink oblong Watson 502 stronger than the yellow Vicodin 3601 the 3601 actually give me energy and that's what I want ## Hello, Shorty! How are you? These pills aren't intended to be used for energy. That's actually why some people end up becoming addicted to them, because that type of side effect eventually wears off and the person has to keep taking more and more to get it back. Now, as to these tablets… The one with the WATSON 502 marking is no longer being manufactured. Watson listed it as containing 650mgs of Acetaminophen and 7.5mgs of Hydrocodone. However, all doses for combination prescription products have now been lowered to containing no more than 325mgs of the Acetaminophen, per dose. The one with the 3601 V marking is manufactured by Qualitest Pharma... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Vicodin.
Sun, Jul 26 '15, 1:54 AM
2mg lorazepam by qualitest or actavis/watson - any difference
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I just refilled a prescription for 2mg Lorazepam but this time I got a much larger pill manufactured by Qualitest. The previous med I was taking was manufactured by Actavis/Watson…. Has anyone noticed a difference in symptoms? ## Hello, Angela! How are you? Have you tried taking it, yet? They are just manufactured by different companies, but the medication itself is the same. The FDA warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. I've taken the one by Qualitest before and it worked well for me, but that was several years ago. ## I have been taking Ativan/lorazipan for a long time, it seem every time I find a brand I like they stop making it, right now I am taking qualitest 1mg, and it wo... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Lorazepam.
Thu, Jul 06 '17, 4:38 PM
hydracodone pills white
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What's the difference in oval Watson 10 mg and oblong m363 loratabs? ## Whats the difference In oval Watson lorotab and oblong lorotab with m363 on it? ## Hello, Jody! How are you? I can't tell you any specifics on the Watson tablet you mentioned, since you didn't provide the markings from it or any other details, but I can provide the details on the tablet with the M 363 marking… That one contains 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 500mgs of Acetaminophen. 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. Learn more Lortab details here. Once we are into the new year, these ones with the higher doses of Acetaminophen in them will no longer be available. They are... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Tue, Nov 26 '13, 11:49 AM
white oval pill wpi 3370
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What does this medication treat? What are the side effects? The doc prescribed this for coughing but I have never seen this med before plus I don't see the name of it anywhere. ## Hello, Maggie! How are you? Is the marking possibly WPI 3970? If so…. This tablet is manufactured by Watson Pharmaceuticals and they list it as containing 500mgs of Metronidazole, which is an antibiotic that is used to treat bacterial infections. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and stomach pain. ...
Updated 11 months ago in Metronidazole.
Mon, Nov 28 '16, 9:51 AM
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i have been on these pills for over 10 yrs. now. I have taken all different kinds of brands. To me they all have a different effect on the pain. But I have noticed that the blue watson 540's have a better effect on the pain . I have talked to the pharmacist's about this and they say there is no difference in any of them ## The pharmacists don't want to freak anyone out and the differences aren't significant enough to affect most people that take any given medication…. But yes, there can be slight fluctuations in generic medications that can affect some people. They are allowed to differ from the name brand in the amount of the active ingredients by as much as plus or minus 20%, the FDA considers this an acceptable therapeutic window and, when it comes to most medic... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Tue, Oct 08 '13, 3:01 PM
green round pill letter p
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I have some round tablets that say watson on one side and has a P on the other side. Can you tell me what kind of pill this is. I have taken many pills in the last 6 years and these pills I put in a different bottle. So I don't know if they are pain killers or not. Please help me with this. Thanks, Mendy ## Round green pill, Watson on one side, P on the other side is actually a placebo oral contraceptive. This basically means that they are sugar pills and don't do anything (inert substance). If you don't mind me asking, were you involved in any clinical trials for birth control meds? If not, how did you manage to get these pills? Not very often I hear of somebody getting a placebo… ...
Updated 9 years ago in Birth Control / Contraceptive.
Sun, Feb 10 '08, 1:44 PM
is waston 3546 an opana
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Is this drug a narcotic is it stronger than hydrcodone ## It is absolutely more potent. Maybe 10 times as potent depending on various barometers ## Hello, Chocolate! How are you? The capsule in question is not an Opana/Hydromorphone tablet. The capsule with the WATSON 3546 marking contains 325mgs of Aspirin, 50mgs of Butalbital, 40mgs of Caffeine and 30mgs of Codeine, which makes it a very weak narcotic that's mainly used to treat or prevent migraine headaches. Learn more Fioricet details here. Learn more Codeine details here. 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. Comparing Codeine to Hydrocodone…. you'd only need 4.5mgs of Hydrocodone to be eq... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Opana.
Mon, Nov 11 '13, 12:12 PM

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