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What is the difference in hydrocodone10/500&10/325?

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16 Feb 2010

There is no difference in the amount of hydrocodone in the meds. It only has 325 mg of acetiminifine instead of 500. Thats better for your liver the less acetiminefine you can take. Sorry bout the spelling!

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