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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
how strong is a white ip 110. vs the yellow 10/325
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I was on the yellow 10/325. They claimed all they did is just took out the dye. I've been on this dose for years and I guess they thought I was an i**** because they put me on a Norco 10/325 ip 110. I noticed right away they were much weaker. I don't want to have to take more but the reality is they are weaker than the yellow ones. I'm having to take three and still don't feel it working like the two yellow ones I've always taken. Is there a generic that is just as strong as the yellow? ## Hi mel, You are right about Actavis claiming the only notable difference to be a removal of yellow dye; but it would seem to me that there's something the manufacturer isn't telling us. Not only do I have a relative with similar complaints about the white tablet being ineff... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Norco.
Sat, Dec 12 '15, 9:55 PM
853 watson loratab
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yellow oval and say 853 watson it is a pill ## This contains 325mgs of Acetaminophen and 10mgs of Hydrocodone. A generic for Lortab or Norco, among others. This is a narcotic pain reliever. Some of the most common side effects include: drowsiness, dizziness, nausea and constipation. ## is norco 10 mgs. stronger than 5 mgs? this is watson 853 10/325 , yellow. now i've had the white ones...... are they 5mgs? and are they weaker than the yellow? ## I was in a motorcycle wreck last year in march broke my right femur it is still broken can not heal. I have been taking loratab 10 now they will not fill them. WHY? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Tue, Feb 05 '13, 7:06 PM

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