What is the difference between the 7.5/325 and the 5/325 Norco pills?
- 25 Jul 2013 by ez81
- 15 December 2016
Its kind of obvious, one has 7.5 mg and the other 5 of hydrocodone.
2.5mg! Kaismama is right the 7.5/325 refers to hydrocodone 7.5mg and acetaminophen 325mg. 5/325 means 5 mg of hydrocodone and 325mg of acetaminophen so the 7.5/325 have 2.5mg more hydrocodone in them and therefore are a bit stronger.
Is it bad to take medication that has expired?
Will the effects still be the same, less or hazardous?
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