Is there a generic version of Tylenol with Codeine?

Currently there is no generic version of Tylenol with Codeine (acetaminophen and codeine), a prescription pain reliever. Various combinations of acetaminophen and codeine are sold under different brand names, but the Food and Drug Administration doesn't consider them to be equivalent to Tylenol with Codeine. Other brand names include:
  • Capital and Codeine
  • Cocet
  • Codrix
  • Margesic #3
  • Phenaphen with Codeine (#3, #4)
  • Phenco-Care
  • Pyregesic
  • Tylagesic
  • Vopac

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