like what they are how effective better than pills that say 7.5/325 on another bottle? what are those too?
23 May 2010
The 7.5/500 mean there is 7.5mg of hydrocodone and the 500mg mean there is 500mg of tylenol. The only difference for the 7.5/325 is that there is 325mg of tylenol less tylenol than the 7.5/500 tablet. When you get the medication and the bottle says 7.5/500 and you get a pill that says m358 its the numbers for the pharmacy to recongnize for that medication and the m358 tablet is the generic version for the vicodin. Just a little advice the pills that say m358 are crap and the ones that say watson on them are better they sell the brand watson at walgreens. It is an oval yellow pill sometimes dark yellow sometimes light yellow but the yellow ones are always the best.
- Hydrocodone Information for Consumers
- Hydrocodone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Hydrocodone (detailed)
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