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  • Watson 3202 w/specks

    I am wondering what this pill is that I found. It is smaller than my hydrocodone pills that have watson stamped on them. They are the same basic shape so i am wondering if they are a lower dosage or something else all together. It is scored on one side with WATSON imprinted, the other side has 3202 and no score. The pill is white with red or orange specks on it. It looks almost like a breath mint.
    Thank you for your help.

  • #2

    You are correct, it has a lower dose of acetaminophen (Tylenol)

    Hydrocodone 5mg Acetaminophen 325mg

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    • #3
      Do all of the other hydrocodones have tylenol in them as well? Is that the number on the pills? For example if I have a 500 mg then is that actually 500 mg tylenol?

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      • #4

        Yes, most meds intended for pain include Acetaminophen, a couple others contain Ibuprofen (Advil). There are some pills that contain small amounts of hydrocodone and other drugs intended as cough suppressants.

        There is not a pill mfg that is just Hydrocodone.

        hydrocodone/apap 5/500 means the pill contains Hydrocodone 5mg Acetaminophen 500mg

        10/325- Hydrocodone 10mg Acetaminophen 325mg

        and so on.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by incognito View Post
          There is not a pill mfg that is just Hydrocodone.
          There is a new drug making its way onto the market called "Zohydro" and it is pure Hydrocodone and is 10 times stronger that is a single extended release capsule that lasts for 12 hours I cannot wait till this hits the market in 2013

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