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A334 AND SCORED 3596 with a small V on front
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    lynne66 is offline New Member
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    Default A334 AND SCORED 3596 with a small V on front

    The first is an oblong white pill with A334 on it and the second is an oblong pill (rather thick), scored with 35 on one side of the score and 96 on the other side of the score and then a small "V" under the side with the 96 - any clues? Thanks so much for this assistance...somebody around here (my home)is in trouble with me

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    The first is an oblong white pill with A334 on it
    This pill is
    HYDROCODONE 7.5 MG with ACETAMINOPHEN 750 MG
    Manufacturer: Able Labs
    Imprint Code A334
    Description white, oblong, scored tablet
    Info at http://acetaminophen%20and%20hydrocodone.drugs.com/

    the second is an oblong pill (rather thick), scored with 35 on one side of the score and 96 on the other side of the score and then a small "V" under the side with the 96 - any clues?
    This pill is also
    HYDROCODONE 7.5 MG with ACETAMINOPHEN 750 MG
    Manufacturer: Vintage Pharmaceuticals
    Imprint Code 35 96 / V
    Description white, oblong, scored tablet
    Info at http://acetaminophen%20and%20hydrocodone.drugs.com/

    Thanks so much for this assistance...
    You're welcome


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    Thank you for that quick response! Now, can I ask you an off-topic question (sort of). What is the best way to approach a teenager about this (and the teenager is NOT MY child, but a friend of my teenage son's) - I know that's where they came from. I'm a little worried about it,but want to make a straight statement that this will not be tolerated in my home. Any suggestions at all?? Thank you SO much!

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    The following website may help
    http://www.nida.nih.gov/
    This website contains information on different types of drugs with potential for abuse (including prescription drugs) with sections containing related information for parents and teenagers.

    Good luck

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