How many milligrams is a 5/325 hydrocodone. pill inscription is m365?

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3 May 2010

Well you kinda answered your own question, but that's cool! What you have is a generic Vicodin - the 5 in 5/325 stands for 5mg Hydrocodone Bitartrate and the 325 refers to 325mg acetaminophen (Tylenol)... m365 is just the RX number for Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals. Hope this helps. Colin Zimmermann

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Anonymous 3 May 2010

I agree. You couldnt have explained any better.

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