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Had oval pill marked M363. Was on blue oval. What is the cause of severe pain?

I was put on an oval pill marked M363/ and I was on a blue oval and they worked well lately I was put on the first discription and it worked faster these white ones I am having to take 11/2 to get the results of the blue ones it was said the shape is different because they took out the color blue. why is the pain taking longer. thank you much God Bless you I am fighting 4 penatrating dics in my back please answer
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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The blue pills that you were taking had two components - paracetamol and hydrocodone. Hydrocodone is an opioid and is a potent pain-killer. That means it effectively treats moderate to severe pain. It causes addiction. I don't know what the constituents of white pill are. It is possible that the constituents or their doses are changed and that is why you have to take more dose.

Dr Vaishalee
Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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