I was wondering if they were still around? How do people go about requesting them?
Living; This one does not look like it is made but you doctor should know what the strength he or she gave you But this is a generic brand of Vicodin it is made in different mg. the V stands for the marking used by qulitest brand so your doctor could figure out what strength it was and have you take one of the others made by qulitest that would equal the mg that was in the one you got before right no there is no way to tell if it is just a temporary shortage or they have stopped making it because they don't list it at all anymore. best of luck
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