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Watson 913 small oblong pill with orange dots
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    Happyhat is offline New Member
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    Default Watson 913 small oblong pill with orange dots

    i found it in my kithen and the pharmacy didn't know what it was.[}]

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    5 mg hydrocodone/325 mg APAP (Tylenol)
    Generic Norco 5
    a schedule III controlled substance

    Information = Freedom

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    Hydrocodone is a C-III controled narcotic pain reliever used to treat moderate pain.Hydrocodone can be habit forming. BTW Stallion are you sure this isn't Hydrocodone 2.5? the only white Hydrocodone with red speckeles I have ever known of is 2.5mgs. Just wondering.Thanks!!! -JON

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    kirby is offline Platinum Member
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    Stallion is correct. Watson 913 is Norco 5 containing 5 mg hydrocodone and 325 mg APAP. It's the 'real deal' - not the generic.

    More information can be found at the Norco website:

    http://www.norco-rx.com/


    I'm not a pharmacist or a medical doctor. This message is not medical advice nor is it an offer to provide medical advice. All drug identifications should be validated by a licensed MD or pharmacist.

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    Thank you guys very much looks like i learned something new today!!!

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