Watson 502?

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The pill with the imprint Watson 502 is an acetaminophen and hydrocodone bitartrate. This medication is strong enough to treat pain, back pain, cough, and rheumatoid arthritis. The pill is available in 650 mg / 7.5 mg strengths.
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Watson 502 is refers to a Hydrocodone 7.5mg / 650mg pain pill.
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A Watson 502 is an analgesic. Generic name is Acetaminophen and hydrocodone bitartrate 650 mg / 7.5 mg.
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Watson 502 has 7.5 mg Hydrocodone in it, together with 650 mg Acetaminophen.
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It never ceases to amaze me how these prescription drugs can be found - and only in lots of one. Like J_9 has stated - no one is going to tell you until you tell where and how and
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If you have a pill that has Watson 502 imprinted on it, the identification would be acetaminophen and hydrocodone. It is strong at 650 mg/7.5 mg. It should only ...
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