What does 5/325 mean?

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19 Jan 2010

Could be Oxcycodone, hydrocodone, Percocet. Is there a letter on the other side of the pill?

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19 Jan 2010

Typically 5/325 would be most likely 5 milligrams of oxycodone, or perhaps hydrocodone, to 325 milligrams of acetaminophen. Try looking it up on the pill identifier, on drugs.com.

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