I have two different Prescriptions one tablet says Watson 853 and the other says M363, when looking them up one says Acetaminophen Hydrcodone and the othe says APAP Hydrocodone I am wondering what is the difference? Also what does APAP stand for?
15 Nov 2009
There are alot of different manufacturers of hydrocodone, that's why you have 2 different looking pills that are the same thing. Check out the pill identifier on this website. It has pictures, descriptions etc., it's a big help. Acetaminophen is tylenol and so is APAP. Just 2 different words for the same thing. Hope that helps. L.
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