I've found some pills in my daughter's dresser drawer. They are rather small, white and round. Once side has the letter "M" and the other side has the number 4. I've done some searching on the web and the closest identification I can come up with is that they are "dilaudad". But the dilaudad ID's I've found seem to indicate that they should be a yellow pill. Can someone please help me further.
8 Jun 2005
This pill is
Hydromorphone 4 mg manufactured by Mallinckrodt
Generic for: Dilaudid
Description: White/Round Tab
Identification Code: Debossed with M one side; 4 on the reverse side
You will find an image at
so you can see if it matches up.
Info at http://www.drugs.com/MTM/hydromorphone.html
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