Which pain pills are marked "Watson 503?"

Answer

According to Drugs.com, acetaminophen and hydrocodone bitartrate 650 mg / 10 mg is a white capsule-shaped pill bearing the imprint "WATSON 503." The imprint refers to the manufacturer, Watson Laboratories Inc. This medication belongs to the narcotic analgesic drug class.

Drugs.com indicates that acetaminophen and hydrocodone bitartrate 650 mg / 10 mg is a prescription drug used primarily to relieve pain. Common side effects that need to be reported to a doctor include dizziness and lightheadedness. Drowsiness and a relaxed feeling are normal side effects that don't require medical attention. This drug is classified under Schedule 3 of The Controlled Substances Act. Abuse of this medication can lead to physical and/or psychological dependence.

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The pill imprinted with Watson 503 is Acetaminophen-hydrocodone bitartrate.
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21 Jul 2009 Acetaminophen 650mg(tylenol) and Hydrocodone 10mg(vicodin).
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Not Medical Advice: That's hydrocodone 10 mg / acetaminophen 650 mg. It's used to relieve pain.
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'Watson 853' refers to the imprint of a narcotic analgesic drug. The pill is oblong, scored, and of pale yellow color and is manufactured by Watson Pharmaceuticals, Inc. It contains
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