and why is that one stronger? would 2 watson 749s equal 1 percocet 10/325??
15 Mar 2012
Have u ever used the med pill identifier? I believe that one 7.5 mg of vicoden = a 5 mg percocet. You Need to first find out if the pill you have that says Watson is a Vic or perc first. Then go from there. The biggest concern with vicoden is the formula and amounts of Tylenol for instance: 7.5/750 (somewheres along that line) is a extra strength vicoden, and a 7.5 or even 10 mg of percocet can carry 325 or 500 mgs of Tylenol. So normally percocets has a better formula for the least amount of Tylenol. Hope this helped. Take care, leanne
15 Apr 2012
A watson 749 is a 5/325 percocet. Meaning it contains a mix of 5mg percocet and 325mg acetominophen (tylenol). Where as a percocet 10/325 contains twice as much percocet with the same amount of tylenol therefore it is stronger. Note: 2 watson 749s would equal the same amount of percocet as a 10/325 however it would equal twice as much tylenol, remember that too much tylenol can be very bad for your liver... I hope this helps.
2 Mar 2014
Seriously? I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that you do not know that 749 Watson is 5/325 oxycodone. But if you did know that it was a 5 325 and could not figure out that five plus five is equal to 10 and that 10mg is stronger than 5mg I would strongly suggest that you steer clear of any narcotic analgesic or any controlled substance for that matter!
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