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Q: Trying to find out what type pill is IP 110

What is a pill has IP 110

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Cort, Health Guide
2/23/09 12:39am

It contains hydrocodone (10mgs) and acetaminophen (325 mgs) - basically Vicodin. Its made by Anneal Pharmaceuticals. For more on Vicodin:

 

 http://www.healthcentral.com/chronic-pain/find-drug-25443-25.html

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rosco, Community Member
6/15/09 5:21pm

Is this a lower dose pill of Vicodin ?  Just curious ? I had som e of the vicodin pills with the "V" on them and they seem to be stronger, so i am assuming that these pills are weeker correct ?

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eddiebare4u, Community Member
12/ 6/12 5:53am

Yes, they are alot weaker!  Dont let anyone fool you into thinking that they are stronger, like 1000 mg...NO!  Only 10mg.  Sucks!!!  They are worth about $1.00 each (street value)!

 

IP 110 are a very low dose of vicodin...

 

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nicole, Community Member
5/ 2/14 12:46pm

Please come on now. Vicodin is no more stronger than the ip110. Actually vics have more tylenol in them, usually anywhere from 500-650mgs where as ip110 or any other lortabs/percs have only 325mgs of tylenol. Which is the part of them that does the most damage to your lever ,when the tylenol is higher. But really guys wht are we talking about here. Its really about the narcotic, the hydrocodone. Its the same in both, not weaker or more potinent. Unless you start getting stronger meds like roxy's (roxycodone). Vicodin is weak compared to that med, if u want to start comparing.

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truckstopper, Community Member
12/10/09 6:46pm

What is a pill has IP 110

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debbie5657, Community Member
12/14/10 3:34pm

Its hydrocone,a pain med. for mild to severe pain

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debbie5657, Community Member
12/14/10 3:38pm

its a pain pill givin to people,having mild to moderate pain

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By karen, Community Member— Last Modified: 05/02/14, First Published: 02/22/09