Norco

Last Update May 25, 2016
Norco is a pain relief medication (opioid).
Uses: Norco is prescribed for Pain and is mostly mentioned together with this indication. Read More
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Norco and Qualitest Pharmaceuticals

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The Quest for Qualitest Hydrocodone
| Teri B
I have looked everywhere for Qualitest. Finally got a hold of a District Manager after Rite Aid said they couldn't get them. He ordered them for me specially. Also found a family pharmacy in Boise: Ladd Family Pharmacy and they said they could get them tomorrow. That's after making 15 calls to other pharmacies. So you know anyone can get them if they wanted to. One Walgreens pharmacist told me that the only reason people want Qualitest is the yellow ones sell better on the street. I was so incensed because I would never sell one of my precious yellow Qualitest to anyone. They are the only ones that work? We need to get the pharmacies to just charge a few bucks more for the Qualitest and then I think they could sell them because they are more expensive than that crappy Mallinkott(sp) brand. That's probably because they skip putting the pain stuff in because they don't work. Good Luck Everybody.

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| Donna 58
Does anybody know where they carry qualitest Norco 5/325 or 10/325 pain meds? All the pharmacies in our area no longer carry qualitest brand. I am in a wheelchair with severe arthritis . The brand I have now does not control my pain as well.
Dojamayne
February 12, 2016
The Qualitest norco 5/325 (orange specs) & 10/325 (yellow) are very easy to find in Houston. I find they work the best also. Donating alot of in used meds. Gladiatorways@gmail.com

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| RJanderson
I have found Qualitest Norco to be superior to all others, including Watson

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Norco/hydrocodone, Qualitest brand name generic.
| WorkingMan
I've seen a few internet posts disparaging the Qualitest brand of hydrocodone w/APAP, saying that it doesn't work and is 'like taking nothing -- would rather have Watson brand'. Well, on this prescription I got the Qualitest version for the first time. I'm pleased with it, seems rather strong actually. It took a bit longer to 'kick in' (like an hour) than the other brands, but when it did I certainly got all 4 barrels of it! I think that's the difference between brands of the same medicine: how long it takes to start working. Some brands 'melt in your mouth' & begin working immediately. But there's a drawback to that: the effect will likewise leave fast. Too fast, like 30 minutes. I much prefer the harder pills (such as Qualitest brand) which take a while to dissolve, but then kick-in suddenly an hour later and *last* for 4-6 hours. I'm pleased with the 'power' of Qualitest brand hydrocodone/APAP -- am not worried about it's slower onset. Because power is what''s needed in this type of medicine.
Drac007
March 24, 2015
Hands down i have tried the M367 Watson 853 and the Qualitest 3601 and by far the Qualitest far surpasses other brands.i am a suffering from severe chronich pain from accident that caused me to be parapaligic for 31 years now.My advice don'e waste time or money on anything but quaiitest.again just my experience.
RhoRho
January 12, 2015
Qualitest is one of the better generic forms of Norco--but it is not nearly as strong as the Watson generic brand. Each time I go to the pharmacy, they give me something different--and there can be a 40% variation between the amount of active ingredients between one generic and another generic. I reported a discrepancy like this to the FDA and they responded that a 20% variance (either more or less) of the active ingredient from the name brand drug is completely legal.
Shelley
October 8, 2014
Right now is take any brand cause FDA causing a lot of problems in Michigan. No drug store has any cause FDA said label had to changed, so they had to send back what they had and now waiting for suppliers to ship them to the store. I would of thought FDA would of thought this out better. I have a disease and need my Meds but what I do

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