Is a Watson 3202 white with pink specks stronger than a vicodin or the same as a norco?
- 17 Oct 2012 by angwlitak
- norco, vicodin
17 Oct 2012
Watson 3202 is vicodin or hydrocodone & so is norco. It would depend on the dose of each which is stronger. The watson 3202 is 5mg of hydrocone or vicodin. You did not give us the dose of the norco...
28 Oct 2014
A Watson 3202 Is a loratab 5/325. I am prescribed these as I'm am also prescribed loratab 10/325's... I also have a script for Percocet and Vicodin. Reason being is I race and have raced motocross my whole life and have had numerous injurys/broken bones. Vicodin is quite a bit stronger than my loratab 10/325's any day of the week. As for your norco question... Noro is just another brand that makes pills like say "Watson".
21 May 2015
The specs in them are intended for time relase.
8 Jun 2015
There is no way ANYONE should rely on medical info from a health forum. These are people who are guessing, not professionals!
12 days ago
The specked lortabs are the way to go, the mg will be the only difference. In other words, a 10mg is going to be stronger than any 5mg but at the same mg the specked one seems to be the best. BTW, I'm no doc so this is just opinion not advice.
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