These new pills do not work near as well and I want to know how much or % of the hydrocodon is in the watson brand.
All the active ingredients should still be in your med, Norco, regardless of the brand name by law. It's the inactive ingredients that change by manufacturer I.e. brand name, generic to other generics, etc. Although, recently on a trip to my pharmacy one of my meds were changed from generic 2 another generic (which I try 2 stay w/the same if @ all possible) and I was told by my pharmacist that it was better if the color was white, regardless of medicine, due to the fact that it will have less inactive ingredients and better results. Just an FYI. I am taking Vicodin-ES by Watson and have had brand name and feel no difference in manufactur but both were white in color? Did u make sure they gave u the correct dosage? Pharmacists have made mistakes & I have had to go back and let them know... it is more common than people realize. Good luck and if next refill ask what brand they have if u r not happy with Watson since you do have that option or go elsewhere if they don't. :)
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