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  1. Jacquelynn says:

    The pill with imprint IP 114 is acetaminophen/hydrocodone 650 mg / 10 mg. Strength: 650 mg / 10 mg; Color: White; Shape: Capsule-shape; Availability:

  2. Juliette says:

    Watson doesnt have any drugs marked with an IP. That is the designation for Interpharm.You should take the tablet to a pharmacy for proper identification, as nobody can properly identify a tablet without visualizing it.However, Interpharm makes a white/off-white scored oblong tablet with the markings IP114. It is hydrocodone bitartrate 10 mg and acetaminophen 650 mg. This would be a generic medication equivalent to Lorcet. It is a Class III scheduled Controlled Substance. Your pharmacy can look it up easily using this number: NDC# 53746-0114

  3. Christen says:

    Does anyone know what a white oblong pill with the markings IP 114 Watson is?

  4. Sherise says:

    A white oval pill with IP 114 is 10 mg hydrocodone and 650 mg acetaminophen. If this is not your prescription you should discard it. Thanks. More:

  5. Quinn says:

    IP 114 is 10 mg hydrocodone and 650 mg acetaminophen. Hydrocodone is an analgesic and similar to codeine. Acetaminophen is a pain reliever. Follow directions carefully when taking any medication. More:

  6. Leeanna says:

    IP 114 is 10 mg hydrocodone and 650 mg APAP

  7. Rosamaria says:

    Nov 11, 2007 Can someone tell me what this is and what it’s for/ Side effects? Thank YOu.

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