Originally Posted by Kalendren
My dog just had surgery and was prescribed hydrocodone
. His first script was Qualitest generic and worked fine for him. When he went in for his second refill, it was Watson. Both of these are from the same pharmacy and both are legit.
My question is, which is the best for my dog? What will give my dog the most relief? Watson or Qualitest? Should the dog request Qualitest next time instead of Watson? The dog is very confused at why he got different meds. He'll take them, but he really wants to know about the potency of the Watsons.
He has one refill left and really wants to know before he gets it filled again.
Also, dog loves his Qualitest Clonazepam
. Thats why he was happy to see that his hydro was also Qualitest.
Gee, I have never seen a site with such strict rules. I guess my normal arrogent style won't do.
Anyway, I think you will find that the exact opposite is true. Qualitest is a total joke. Compared to Watson, is like comparing a dollar burger with one you got at the room service at a major hotel, for 28 bucks! Reallly. Every month, I spend an extra three hours, taking the bus from my doctor to a pharmacy that has Watson. And, they have the Watson, because I insisted, and also a group of several Watson lovers backed me up. Notice how I use "I" because I am talking about a totally legal subject, so please don't remove this.
Ok, so this forum demands explaination, so here goes. The Watson offers something that the others do not, and that is an almost instant dissolving in liquid. Be that Stomach content, or water for a uh "Different" method of administration. Your Qualitest is the worse in terms of time to begin working. Mallinkrot is certainly no joy either.
Also, the quality of the Acetiminaphen used in the Watson is far superior, as is the no-chalky finish. I have much less side effects
with Watson. The smooth finish makes them a bit easier to swallow, and you don't get the chalky fingers that you do with other brands. Watson are so good, that they are in fact even better than the Brand-name Vicodins, which are of course over twice the price.
Much quicker acting, easier to take, less side effects. Watson are the only way to go, even if you are taking a bus to get them. Those of you with cars, I cannot imagine going to any pharmacy that does not carry Watsons. Ha ha, I once even called the Watson Lab factory, just to compliment them. And No, I don't work for them or have any financial interest. They simply are the best, by a very large margin.