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norco white or yellow
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Ok, I don't care what people say, pharmacy or manufacturer, the yellow norcos are stronger and work different. It is getting extremely more and more difficult to find the yellow norcos. From what I can tell, the major pharmacy's, ie: WalMart, cvs, Walgreens, target, etc, all have either the plain white ones, it the white ones with reddish/pinkish dots on them, and the smaller mom and pop(good neighborhood pharmacy's) have the yellow. Last month I filled mine at target, got the white oblong norcos (10/325). Today, I filled mine at a small good neighborhood pharmacy in Ontario, California, name available upon request, and I got the yellow Watson Norco. Again, huge difference. I don't think they quit making them, I just think that when buying in bulk as a large pharmacy doe... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Norco.
Thu, Mar 16 '17, 10:24 AM
Still yellow Watson Norcos
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I get a script every month for Norco 10/325, and the pharmacy had the Watson yellows. Then around May or so the pharmacy had a different labs' Norco. They said that all the Watson yellows had to be taken off the market. The next month they had Watson again, only they were white. I don't care what color, but today i happen to ask the question into the cyber space and see all these answers, and they are the same as the pharmacy told me give o rtake a rumor. BUT, my friend just said he is getting the yellows at one pharmacy here in San Bernardino, they have had them all along and they just got some last week. I dont know what to think of this. It technically was his friend who got the pills and , well gave him one for a headache. I am suspicious btu don't know who to suspect! h... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norcos.
Mon, Aug 03 '15, 9:49 PM
white norco pill watson 853
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I have been on Norco for years . I have used it in conjunction with Roxicodode with great sucess. Now that I have switched to the white version I am having serious problems controling my pain. I don't believe they just removed the dye. This white Norco has become a placebo falling far short of the results I once had. Now I am in scramble mode to find a replacement for the old yellow Norco. Walgreens has told me they have had several calls with other pain patients suffering from the new White Norco. Obviously Watson drug has altered the Norco to increase profits at the patients expense. How surprising. I will update fellow sufferers of the new bad White Norco with an alternative as soon as my Pain Clinic can finda replacement. Larry.T ## PLEASE let me know if u find anything , i have... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norco.
Mon, May 25 '15, 3:44 PM
norco watson
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The white new norcos do not work, and I am back spending half my life in bed. Why is is they break in half so easily? The yellow ones couldnt be broken by hand. Who can we call? The DEA? ## Hi allie, It seems like a lot of patients have been experiencing problems with the Norco made by Actavis (formerly known as Watson). Apparently from what I understand, after Watson was bought out, Actavis made some "unnecessary" changes within the inactive ingredients, causing them to not be nearly as effective as their yellow predecessor. If you want to put in a complaint, I would suggest filing a report with the FDA under their MedWatch program, which can be reached at: fda.gov/Safety/MedWatch/default.htm Maybe if enough people report similar problems they will consider making changes. But ... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Norco.
Wed, Apr 05 '17, 2:15 PM
white watson norco by actavis
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The new white Norco by Actavis does not work as well as the Yellow Norco by Watson did. With these white ones I also experience the same bad side effect as other generic Norco which is severe migraine headaches. At times I forego taking the pain meds out of fear for the migraine I know that will follow. Actavis obviously changed the formula. Does anyone have an idea what inactive ingredient could cause the migraines? ## Hello, Heidi! How are you? I'm sorry about the problem that you're having. It's difficult to say, since everyone is different, so trying to figure out what's causing you the problem would be guess work. It might be due to the medication, itself. Headaches are a possible side effect of narcotics, in some people that take them. It is listed in the databases... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norco.
Tue, Dec 09 '14, 5:05 PM
10/325 quailiest Verses Watson Verses white or yellow (BRAND NAME NORCO)
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Hello Hydrophone world: My experience is this. You can not beat Name Brand scored NORCO 10/325 . However, my experience is Watson is a softer compound, & works faster. Now, the other generic NORCO 10/325 (36 01) scored other side. This is made by QUAILITEST: many people say they suck, because in fact, it is a harder compound to digest/desolve, therefore not getting a good feeling,but the slight slower release makes Quailiest (NORCO) actually kill the pain more so than Watson (GENERIC) 10/325. The watson have the edge, however the Qualitiest last longer & are so dang close, only a Dog may know the difference. Personally me, & all the 4 companies that make generic NORCO can stick it. Your/My Dr. is going to request the yellow dye, I do get allergic reactions minor,but enough t... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Norco.
Tue, Sep 05 '17, 1:25 PM
white watson 3203 versus yellow 10mg/3.75mg
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Hi I have a serious question to ask. I have been on Norco 10mg/3.25mg for a while now because I have chronic pain in my back. These pills that I take are yellow in color, and they help a great deal. However, I got my meds filled, and this time I got a white pill that reads on one side Watson 3203, and on the other side a straight line down the middle. This pill has the same mg as my yellow Norco do. Here is the question. Why does this pill not help my pain? What ingredient has been took out. of the white watson 10mg/3.25mg pill? I have read were other people are having the same issue as me. Plus this is not the first time I have got this watson 3203 white pill, and each time I do it does not help my pain and others pain! I hope after reading this people at the watson company may read my... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Norco.
Sun, Aug 13 '17, 2:35 PM
PRICE @ IS IT white norco pill watson 853
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THE 853 NORCO DOES NOT HELP MY PAIN AS WELL AS THE YELLOW TINTED ONES. PLUS THEY UPED THE PRICE DOUBLE. ## I used CVS for my prescriptions until last month, when I tried Walgreens to fill my script for Norco 10/325. When I saw they were white instead of yellow I thought I was given the 5/500 strength in error, since I knew those are white. I called Walgreens and was assured these Watson 853's were the exact same ingredients as the Norco 10/325. After taking my usual dosage, I was shocked to feel almost no relief....maybe 10% relief. After this happened, i went on the internet and read about others who had the same bad experience. Today when I got my new script I went back to Walgreens and told the pharmacy I wanted the other generic, NOT the Watson 853. They said that's the only... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Norco.
Sun, May 15 '16, 1:24 AM
The white watson norcos don't work at all!
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I have been on pain management for 10 years due to severe car wreck. I have taken all of the generic brands in the past and to me the yellow watsons r the best followed by qualitest with the mallins not worth taking. So last month i go to docs get scripts and go to walgreens to get my norcs, i get my pills and notice that they were white, So i take a couple and nothing, i take two more,nothing! So im stuck with them all month and everytime i took them nothing, Watson is now Activis or whatever, All i know is that they r not watson norcos, they might have the name and numbers but they r not the real deal. So this month i went to a different pharmacy that sells the qualitest yellow norcs with the v on them. They r waay better than the white watson/activis norcs. So from now on, i will get... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Norco.
Tue, Feb 21 '17, 9:25 AM
NORCO color change to white Watson/Activus
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I have been using Norco 10/325 for 5+ years. The last prescription arrived with a color change. (From yellow to white) The difference is life changing. After 30 minutes, I become sleepy, the exact opposite of the yellow tablets which gave me energy along with reduction in pain. I have had both hips replaced, resulting in severe back pain. The Norco has allowed me to live normally for 6 hours a day. Is there any way or anywhere that I could get the original yellow tablets? ## No, the yellow ones are no longer being manufactured. The company removed the dye from them, due to issues with people being allergic to it, or suffering from sensitivities, which has resulted in the appearance of the white ones that are now on the market. Learn more Norco details here. The new side effect of sleepi... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Norco.
Fri, Feb 07 '14, 8:43 AM
Watson 853 White Pill
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I have always taken the Watson 853 yellow pill and for some reason I was just given Watson 853 white pills. What is going on? Why the color difference? ## It seems from other posts made on here recently that Watson is just removing the dyes from some of their products. There have been some complaints from people that have had sensitivity or allergic reactions to them, so they have been doing away with them. Learn more Norco details here. However, as long as the imprint is the same and your pharmacy has listed it as being the same medication and the same dosage, then you shouldn't have any reason to worry. Are there any other questions or comments? ## Not the same for sure! ## I have experienced poor results with the white pills. If they are different and labelled the same then walgr... ...
Updated 28 days ago in Norco.
Sun, Sep 24 '17, 1:57 PM
White Watson 10mg 325 #853
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I just recieved a new prescription of norco 853 10/325. The last script was yellow and the new ones are white. The pharmacist said that Watson changed the color but the pill is the same, does anyone know if this is accurate? ## Watson has change a few different medications and the colors are different. But the Norco you're referring to is the same medication that you were prescribed prior. It is just as effective as the script you had filled before this one and it's a good thing that you ask the pharmacist, the pharmacist is correct. ## LuLu is correct and so was your pharmacist. There have been several posts on here recently about various Watson tablets being white now. It seems that some people were sensitive or allergic to the dyes they were using, thus they decided to do awa... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Norco.
Mon, Jun 19 '17, 12:40 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 1 month ago in Norco.
Thu, Aug 24 '17, 9:54 PM
Watson 853 - is it norco 10/325?
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I got a prescription for generic norco and it has watson 853 imprinted on it. I was wondering if I am getting the correct medication or if I am being ripped off at this pharmacy. It is yellow. ## white round ww 2410 ## round, of white or very light yellow with M 89 imprinted one it? ## Watson 853 is indeed a generic for Norco, it contains Acetaminophen 325mgs and Hydrocodone mgs. No listing for WW 2410, sorry. M 89 is Meloxicam 15mgs, a generic for Mobic. This is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory. ## is watson indeed a 10mg hydrocodone tab with 325 mg of tylenol impriinted watson 853 ## is the ovel small red pill a narco the markings are KALI 083???? ## Ron, KALI 083 is Acetaminophen 325 mg + Tramadol 37.5 mg, which is generic for Ultracet. ## Watson 853 - Yes, generic Norco...I have bee... ...
Updated 5 days ago in Hydrocodone.
Wed, Oct 18 '17, 5:09 AM
watson 853 pill white oblong
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I have a white oblong pill with Watson 853, is this the same pill as the Norco m367? ## Hello, Lisa! How are you? Yes, they are both listed as containing 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, they are just manufactured by different companies. The FDA lists this medication 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? ## How come the Watson 853 does not give me relief? I have taken the yellow and the white 10/325 hydrocone for a while and these new pills are clearly different. ## I noticed Lisa another person asking the same question I am asking why doesn't the Watson's work as well as the yellow ones. It i... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norco.
Wed, Jul 08 '15, 8:20 PM
watson 653 white oblong pill
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white oblong pill #653 ## I think the marking your asking about is Watson 853 and it contains 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, the active ingredients in Lortab, this is a narcotic pain reliever. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and constipation. Read more: Are there any questions or comments? ## my husband has been taking Norco 10/325 for quite sometime. The pills are normally yellow oblong. When he got last script filled on Monday they gave him the Watson 853. He has complained of stomach upset and they aren't effective with his pain . With the yellow oblong ones he didn't seem to have these issues. Is there someway we could get them changed back to his normal pills. ## Concerned, its like any med or food. If you buy the store bran... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Thu, Jul 06 '17, 6:43 AM
yellow norco 10 325-Whittier CA
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I live in Whittier CA and have been on Norco's since 2008. I have always had the yellow by qualitest and now they have vanished. CVS quit carrying them and went with a white oblong by Milkroft (or something like that) and they gave me the worst migraine!! Walgreens carries white Watson. I want to know where in Whittier CA, I can find the yellow's again?! When I try and explain to a pharmacist- they look at me like either I am crazy or a pill popping addict?!? Like really? Maybe it's the tattoo's? Simple minded ignorance just burns me. So I searched the net and found this site. Please help!! I can't take another month of crap that doesn't work or gives me a migraine. I have a spinal condition- always in pain. Please help if anyone has any idea which pharmacy I can... ...
Updated 7 months ago in Norco.
Mon, Mar 20 '17, 12:31 AM
Why Did They Change My Yellow Norco To White Norcos Dont Work The Same
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the new white norcos 10-325T do not work.what did they change in them and why.the yellow ones wrked fine and now they aren't making them anymore.are they testing to see if our pain is real? ## From what I could gather, you're certainly not alone in this matter. There's actually a fairly large discussion thread here (linked below) talking about this very problem with the "weaker" white version replacing the "stronger" yellow tablets. Perhaps some of the responses there can at least offer a bit more insight as to why this is happening and how others might be coping with it: Discuss/White-Watson-10mg-325-853-245408.htm I hope this helps! ## I agree. The new white Norcs do not work nearly as good as the yellows. They make me dizzy, itchy, and do not help with the... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Norco.
Sun, Jun 11 '17, 9:11 PM
Yellow Norco causing hot flashes.
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PLEASE tell me if I am the only one being plagued by severe hot flashes while taking yellow Watson Norco? It is ruining my life. It's day and night; I get no sleep. And...do you have any suggestions for what to switch to because, the white Norco is like a chalk pill. No pain relief. ## Hello, Van! How are you? That can be a side effect of narcotics, in some people that take them, as listed by the FDA. It also has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. You may do better with a different one, such as Percocet, which contains Oxycodone and Acetaminophen, but only your doctor can help you decide what would be safe for you to try. Does anyone else have any suggestions? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Norco.
Fri, Jul 17 '15, 2:27 PM
has watson change the color of 853 norco
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personally i think, the DEA, is cracking down, i know the doctors are scared their gonna lose their license, where i live they are getting ridiculous about it! there is an epidemic, which in return is ruining it for us folks who really need the stuff to just even feel a little comfort from excrutiating pain, there is even a brand called "qualitest" for God sakes! not positive, but i believe, food and drug adm., are lowering the strength, to get american's off the drug!!!!! ## From what I've seen, Watson does have a yellow and white version of their "853" generic Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone tablets. They list the dosage as still being 325/10 in the newer white ones, however, there have been numerous complaints from patients who have tried both versions, saying tha... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Norco.
Sat, Aug 24 '13, 9:35 PM

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