What Did They Change Hydrocodone To

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hydrocodone refill
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My orginal script was a white oblong pill with imprint m367, however just got refill and the pill is yellow with imprint 170 on it, I can not find this any where. The script is for hydrocodene 10-325, Took them back in the pharmacy and they said it was the same pill just another manfacturer.Thought they should at least change the lable incase I got pulled over. And not sure what I'm taking now because I cant fin it on the internet anyplace. Please someone help Thanks ## M367, white oblong tablet is Hydrocodone 10 mg and Acetaminophen 325 mg. Yellow tablet with 170 imprint is Hydrocodone 7.5 mg and Acetaminophen 325 mg ## Thank- you for your reply so they did give the wrong script. Not sure what to do about that, take them back. That will not go over well, dont think so ## Joy, you d... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Mon, Apr 14 '14, 2:31 PM
Tylenol 3 & Hydrocodone
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I have a raging toothache. Took one Tylenol 3 at 5:30. I found some hydrocodone from when I had a stroke. Can I take the hydrocodone at 10:30 or 11:30? Tylenol 3 did nothing for it. I'm in severe pain. ## Hello, Kay! How are you doing? Has there been any change? The Codeine in Tylenol 3 is very mild and doesn't help everyone with pain. Hydrocodone is stronger, but you shouldn't take it, unless your doctor or dentist instructs you to do so. The FDA warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. ...
Updated 10 months ago in Tylenol.
Sun, Nov 20 '16, 7:30 PM
aurobindo hydrocodone
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Actually I have been taking them for about 9 months after the Watson (Norco) sold the company and made changes to their medication, they claim all they did was remove the yellow dye! BS the medication sucks, it's useless! On to aurobindo, they have worked for the last months as a good replacement however my latest refill, they are horrible, ineffective with headaches, I am guessing greed stepped in and the company made some changes, because these too are now useless! They will learn an expensive lesson as others will turn away from them as I now will. For some reason the pharm industry has less concern for the patient "customer" than any other, they think they can do as they please. ## @webhead, I agree with what you said about the pharmaceutical industry expressing less con... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Wed, Aug 19 '15, 7:07 AM
change in hydrocodone 7 5 per government and price is more just wondering what this about
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Why cost increase if they are adding less ingredients and what will they look like, did not pick up due to cost increase...pharmasist said government increased prices Jan 1 has anyone else run into this???? ## Hello, Cici! How are you? No, the government doesn't set the price. It's just my opinion, but my best guess is that your pharmacist was just making up an excuse for the price increase. What really happened is that due to mandatory manufacturing limits, a shortage almost always occurs toward the end of the year and usually is rectified about mid-January of the new year. That coupled with the fact that any with the higher amount of Acetaminophen in them have been discontinued just made the problem even worse and resulted in a price increase. If you can't afford the medic... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Thu, Jan 16 '14, 7:40 PM
viibryd and hydrocodone
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I have been on viibryd for a week and have been having awful headaches. I am wondering if it is safe to take a leftover hydrocone from a dental procedure. ## Hello, Mary! How are you? I'm sorry about the headaches. I didn't find any problems or interactions listed between these medications, but it's always best to double check with your doctor to be sure. Viibryd has been known to cause migraines, in some people that take it, according to the FDA. You may also experience nausea, dry mouth, weight changes, palpitations, decreased libido and night sweats. However, they should taper off, after a few weeks, when your body gets used to the medication. If not, you should speak to your doctor as it may not be the right medication for you. The FDA classifies Hydrocodone/Acetaminophe... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Viibryd.
Tue, Aug 15 '17, 6:47 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
hydrocodone and fentanyl
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I have severe back pain from 2 herniated discs, sciatica, disc degeneration and arthritis. I have been taking hydrocodone for years. Started off with 10/750 but now with the changes, down to 10/350. I also take methocarbamol. I've started going to pain management and the doctor has prescribed fentanyl patches 12.5 mcg, along with the hydrocodone for breakthrough pain. So far I've been on the patches for 15 days. After the first few days, I did get some relief but now I'm back to the same pain I was having before. Since this is just the beginning of my prescription with the patches, do they usually increase the dosage? The few days I felt better, it was so nice because it's been years since I've been free of pain. Thanks in advance for your help. ## Hello, Lana! How a... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Tue, Sep 09 '14, 2:23 PM
actavis hydrocodone 10 325
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Walgreens filled for me this time and b4 giving it to me asked "your allergic to tramadol? But you've taken norco?" Being in a hurry I didn't think about it..but I've had to take 2 and I'm itching and breaking out soo I think I'll have to ask them about that ## They are different medications, however, when someone discovers they are allergic to one medication, there is always a risk that they may find more they are allergic to, as well. In such cases, it is best to stop taking it and consult your doctor immediately, according to NIH warnings, such reactions tend to get worse with repeated exposure. Has there been any change? ...
Updated 7 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Sat, Feb 18 '17, 5:49 PM
Is hydrocodone DOT approved
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My family doctor subscribed 10mg Hydro's for me for continuing pain from a lumbar x 4 back fushion. He told me that these were DOT exceptable providing they did not cause drowsiness. Now that he can no longer do DOT medicals with the laws being changed the new DOT Doc says I have to stop taking them even when prescribed and not at work! Please, what's the true story on this prescription drug??? Thank you, Robert ## DOT states that you must have proof that you're taking them legally if you come back positive for them on a drug panel. But, a lot may depend on exactly what it is that you do. See DOT Rule 49 CFR Part 40 Section 40.139 at the DOT website. ## Dot. says any drug that alters the mind in any way is illegal in a comercial rig.that also includes those wonderful steroid... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Wed, May 06 '15, 3:54 AM
hydrocodone or hydrocodine
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why did they take it of the market? ## Hello, Ed! How are you? Hydrocodone has not been removed from the market. The only thing pulled from the market were the products that contained higher amounts of Acetaminophen. A change was made to lower that to no more than 325mgs per dose. 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. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Mon, Jul 14 '14, 3:37 PM
What are Opioid,Tramadol, Hydrocodone, Fentenyl dosages.
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I am 70 years old and have taken the following 3 medications for the past 4 years, hydrocodone/acetaminophen 10-325 T(1 tablet 4 times daily), Tramadol 50MG tablet(1 tab 4 times daily), Fentanyl patch 75 mh (change patch every 3 days). Jan 2017 my insurance stop paying for the Tramadol and hydrocodone unless I went through a pain clinic, I did go to a pain clinic. The pain clinic refused to prescribe both Tramadol and hydrocodone indicating a new law that will not allow it. The new opioid regulation indicates this level is to be monitored and know and understand the symptoms they are prescribed for, but the pain clinic indicate this level is above the limit and I do not need it. I have suffered from juvenile RA since I was 4 years old then degenerative rheumatoid arthritis my entire life, ...
Updated 5 months ago in Tramadol.
Tue, Apr 18 '17, 5:37 PM
hydrocodone apap 5 500 tab wats
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i get hydroco/apap 10-500 they used to be pink and now they are giving me white ones that seem to be weaker and i am just want to know are they giving me the right meds or are the giving me a weaker brand I think they are giving me 5's instead of 10's the writing on the pill looks like watson 540 thank you ## The tablets with the WATSON 540 marking contain 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 500mgs of Acetaminophen, so they did provide you with the correct dosage. However, Watson recently changed them to remove the dye, which is why they are now white and there have actually been many posts from people saying that they no longer seem to be as effective. Learn more Vicodin details here. Another note I'd like to added is that as of 2013, the FDA has made a request that all manufacturers ... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Fri, Jul 19 '13, 3:32 PM
inactive ingredients in hydrocodone
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Has Mallinckrodt Ph recently changed the inactive ingredients in the Hydrocodon-Acetaminophen 7.5-325. Have been on them in the past with no side effects but now I have various possible side effect. The tablet now appears to have a shiny coating on it which it did not appear to have in the past. ## Hello, Daveve! How are you? Not that I am aware of from the databases. What are you considering as possible side effects? More details would better enable me to help you. 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. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Sat, Jun 28 '14, 10:07 AM
Hydrocodone 10 white G037 tris pharma
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Anyone think this is just as effective as Vicodin and Watson etc? Thanks :) ## Not even close. My pain seems the same ive taken two at a time a its had no effect at all ## Yes, I have really suffered in pain this month on tris pharma and will never try them again. My chiropractor is making a lot of money this month LOL more than his usual amount. I told my pharmacist and he said he will not order them next month. I actually have a science degree, and I looked up the background of Watson which is now owned by Teva pharmaceuticals(originally out of Israel)they seem top-notch! And they produce Watson. Thank you for your reply :-) ## Please correct me if I'm wrong Kitty, but didn't Watson acquire Actavis and change their name to 'Actavis'? (Re: actavis.co.id/id/news/Watson+c... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Wed, Aug 16 '17, 5:20 PM
hydrocodone acetaminophen 5 325 vs 10 325
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My Dr changed me from 10-325 to 5-325 because I broke the pill on half. The 10's were barely working. He said they did not appear in my metabolites. I called him out on this bc he must have lied. I never missed any dosages. I think he was wrong. ## Hello, Georgette! How are you? I'm sorry that you're in pain. If you were only taking half of the prescribed dosage, then the amount might have been lower than it should have been and, in some cases, that's treated the same as it not being detected, at all. 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. Is he still prescribing the lower dose for you? ## Well, I was on hydrocodone 10/325. I have chronic neck... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Acetaminophen + Hydrocodone.
Fri, Aug 25 '17, 6:01 PM
hydrocodone acetaminophen 10 325 vs 10-650
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I have a right below the knee amputation due to a land mine that happened in 1968, have never needed pain meds up until 2 to 3 years ago at which time my doc prescribed hydroc/apap 10-650 mg--formerly lortab.Now it has been changed to the same thing only in a 10-325 mg which from what I have been told was due to a change in the law Jan 2014-the 10-650 did a fair job if I oook one every 4 hrs of course the 10-325 do not seem to help very much, have about a 8 out of ten on the pain chart. My wife was given Oxycod/ap 5-325 when she had Cancer surgery, I have taken some of the leftovers and can go 8 to 10 hrs without much pain at all. Can you tell me if they still made this or something equal to it or even the 10-650 lortab that is easily avaviable? Thanks!!1 ## The tylenol in all prescript... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Mon, Aug 04 '14, 4:10 PM
Taking Prednisone along with Hydrocodone
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can I also take prednisone(5mg) while taking hydrocodone 5 325? ## Hello, Mitch! How are you? I didn't find any problems or interactions listed between them, but it is always best to double check to be sure. However, I can also tell you that they are frequently prescribed together to treat pain and swelling. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, weight changes, insomnia, nervousness and fluid retention. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Prednisone.
Thu, Jun 16 '16, 2:43 PM
Taking Hydrocodone 15 Hours After Tylenol
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can I take hydrocodone 15 hours after taking tylenol ## can I take hydrocodone 15 hours after taking tylenol ## Hi Jack, Based on my research, after about 6-8 hours there should only be very small amounts of Tylenol left in your system. However, that could change depending on the amount taken. How many Tylenol did you take? Learn More: Tylenol Details ...
Updated 4 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Wed, Jan 30 '13, 12:24 AM
Taking hydrocodone 10/325 after Percocet 7.5/325
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Hi. My doctor just changed me from oxycodone 7.5/325 to hydrocodone 10/325. Is it safe to start taking the hydrocodone 6 hours after taking Percocet 7.5/325? ## Usually, you can switch cleanly from one to the other, unless your doctor has instructed otherwise. For example, if they directed you to take them every 8 hours, then that is what you should do. The FDA warns that these medications carry the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. What instructions did they provide? Are you on any other medications? ...
Updated 5 months ago in Percocet.
Thu, Apr 20 '17, 10:54 PM
hydrocodone acetaminophen 7 5 325 t/ verses 5-325 TB
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I recently was on 7.5 325 T and doc just switched me to 5-325-TB. What is the difference between the two? As in what amount of aspirin/Tylenol, does the amount in prescription strength, above mean? Like 7.5 to the 5, & the amount that didn't change 325? I have severe lower back pain, after standing or walking for several hours, as well as after strenuous work around the house, bending stooping, etc., & an MRI showed spinal stenosis. As well as the knee pain, I've had for years! So switching down in meds, as the doc prescribed, may not work. That's why I was wanting to know what the difference in the two meds are? THANKYOU for your time in reading & answering my questions. Diane ## Hello, Drenka! How are you? The first contained 7.5mgs of Hydrocodone with 325mgs o... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Sat, May 30 '15, 6:33 PM

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