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Does hydro IP 109 325mg/5mg have more or less hydrocodone in it than Hydro/500 mg/5mg?

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24 Feb 2012

They both have 5mg's hydrocodone. The difference is the acetaminophen. 325mg is regular strength, and 500mg is extra strength.

Havokswim 14 Mar 2015

As far as I know, it isn't that hydro/apap 5/325 is regular strength and 5/500 is extra strength, but that 5/325 is regular strength Norco (and its generic versions) and 5/500 is regular strength Vicodin (and it's generic versions.

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