Hydrocodon watson 3202 5/325?
- 8 Sep 2011 by Mac43
- hydrocodone, generic
What are there specks (red or pink) on this pill, and other
watson hydrocodone same strength are white
someone told me that they are generic and have not as much of the hydrocodone in them. How can that be??? Have tried to find out what the specks are or if this is true/
10 Sep 2011
Watson 3202 is Acetaminophen and hydrocodone 325 mg / 5 mg... the usual difference in the brand names is that some have more tylenol (acetaminophen) in them then others... the amount of codeine is still the same. As far as the red specks I believe that's just the design of the pill. Hope i helped a little lol.
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