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    Generic Norco 10/325
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    An_248756 posted:
    I have had the best pain relief with Watson brand they are the yellow ones, I agree that the ones with the M or by the manufacturrer thet begins with M are way less potent, this is the first time I have filled or been prescribed The IP ones by "Amneal Pharmeceuticals the most posts here say they are best. Kinda think so . However $90 for Qty 120 is a big jump from the $50 they were in all brands except maybe non generic. Go figure
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    redheadbedlam responded:
    I agree with you 100 percent. The ones with the M are by a company like Mallenkroot or something. I returned a batch of them and had them switched out for Watsons. The ones with the M were like taking bayer aspirin. Always ask your pharmacist who they use. The yellow Watson Norcos are the ones that work.
     
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    annette030 replied to redheadbedlam's response:
    I have used about six or seven different kinds of generics of hydrocodone/APAP 10/325 over many years, they all seemed to work fine for me. I used both of the kinds you specifically mentioned. I guess we are all different.

    Take care, Annette


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