I have a light yellow scored oblong pill with I-MR printed on the opposite side. Generic?
- 21 Apr 2010 by bunsey
- 23 April 2010
The only thing I found was procipia... used to prevent hair loss.
Hydrocodone is very similar the only problem is it does not have I-MR on it the only one's I have came by that look just like that that are actual norco have the words norco,watson, or a v on it with a score on the other side hope this was helpful.
OK here's what I know. This is a large pale yellow pill, marked I-MR on one side and scored on the other side, right? I ordered and received the same pills from "**Canada**" Actually turned out to be from Mumbai, India. It was supposed to be generic 7.5 Hydrocodone/750 acetaminophen. Didn't seem to have any effect, so I ordered some (inexpensive) opiate urine test strips and it came back negative for opiates. So even though I can't say what IS in them, there is definitely NOT any hydrocodone or other opiate in them. I felt pretty dumb, but I had paid with a VISA, so I got my bank card to reverse the (large) charge with basically no questions asked. This is a scam drug company! Now I am more careful.
- Hydrocodone Information for Consumers
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- Side Effects of Hydrocodone (detailed)
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