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    niknik is offline New Member
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    Hi Folks....i am taking a "generic darvocet". It looks like the normal generic..white, oblong..with an "M" stamped on one side..numbers on the other. But i get a different reaction than what i am used to with this product. It almost seems "stronger" than regular darvocet. It gives me that feeling i have after taking a tylenol 3..sort of tired and lethargic. That is the reason for taking generic darvocet as it is effective but does not effect me the way a fronger med might. Is it possible i have the wrong prescription or is this generic just different from previous ones i have taken.
    Thankyou

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    Darvocet comes in two different strengths.
    If you could describe the pills (imprint codes etc) it may be possible to identify them.

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    Hi...thanks for the response. The white tablet has "1721" stamped on one side, and the capital letter "M" with a square around it stamped in the middle of the other side. They should be generic darvocet N100-650. But they react differently than past use.
    thanks again for your quick response. My past tablets were not from this source and i do not believe i have ever used this specific "brand" before.

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