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Is a blue watson 540 also known as a 1000mg vicodin?

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Anonymous

1 May 2012

Hello mommy1212 & welcome to the site. The pill you are descibing is hydrocodne 500/10mg. I don't believe there is a 1000mg of hydrocodone at all. Maybe you are confusing the numbers or something. Hydocodone comes in strengths of 5mg, 7.5mg, 10mg, & I believe 15mg. If it has APAP or is listed as 10/500, the 500 is usually the amount of tylenol in the pill. I will give you the info below on your Watson 540. Hope this helps... Mary

Pill imprint WATSON 540 has been identified as Acetaminophen and hydrocodone bitartrate 500 mg / 10 mg.

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