What kind of pill is marked "Watson 387"?

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According to WebMD, pills with the imprint "Watson 387" are hydrocodone-acetaminophen tablets. These pills are oblong, white and have a score. The pills come in strengths that range from 7.5 to 750 mg.

Hydrocodone-acetaminophen tablets are prescribed for pain, rheumatoid arthritis and cough and are available only by prescription, according to Drugs.com. Some side effects requiring medical attention include dizziness and light-headedness. Other side effects that do not necessarily need medical attention are drowsiness, sleepiness and a feeling of being relaxed and calm. Doctors only prescribe this medication to pregnant women when the benefits outweigh the risks as babies born to mothers who regularly take this drug have a physical dependence at birth. The drug excretes into breast milk, so it is contraindicated for women who are breastfeeding.

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Watson 387 is Acetaminophen-hydrocodone bitartrate (750 mg-7.5 mg),...
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Number 387 oblong white tablet is made by the generic manufacturer Watson. It is a generic version of Vicodin 5/500, or Lortab 5/500 or many other brand name medications that contain
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Not Medical Advice: A white pill with WATSON 387 is Acetaminophen & hydrocodone bitartrate 750 mg/7.5 mg. It's used in the treatment of pain, cough, back pain.
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11 Jun 2009 This pill is Hydrocodone 7.5mg - Acetaminophen 750 mg Imprint Code WATSON 387 White oblong tablet More info at http://www.drugs.com/mtm/acetaminophen-and-oxycodone.html
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