What Do Generic Norcos Look Like

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I received my med from a new cheaper pharmacy and wanted to know if I got ripped off I was prescribed norco 10/325 and given a generic pill with watson 853 imprinted on it. Does anyone know if there is such a generic?? It is yellow and oblong HELP ## oblong blue green pill with imprint of SCF found in coat pocket ## you were given legitimate medication my norcos look exactly like that ## To be exact, Watson 853 is Hydrocodone 10mgs and Acetaminophen 325mgs, generic for Norco. ## I cannot find a listing for the one marked SCF. Sounds like something over the counter. ## yes it is 10mg.. i have some in my hand right now! ## I know it's used for pain, but it gives you that bared out feeling/ drunken feeling. It's a commonly abused drug. ## NORCO 10/325 IS Watson-made hydrocodone/apa... ...
Updated 18 days ago in Hydrocodone.
Sun, Oct 01 '17, 8:58 PM
hydrocodone 44 443
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My mother gets norco 5 mg for her ms. For some reason when she got them this month they say 44 334. I'm concerned my brother stole the actual medication and replaced it with these pills. Are there such norcos that say this? ## First of all, no there is no Norco, or any other prescription medication with such a marking, the 44 following by 3 additional numbers are over the counter medications manufactured by LNK International and they do not manufacture any prescription products. I believe the marking you are looking at is 44 445 and they list it as containing 500mgs of Acetaminophen, which is a generic, or store brand of Tylenol. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, and headache. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 7 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Wed, Feb 22 '17, 5:05 PM


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