i was told that i have some medication that is stronger than that usually prescribed by my dr. and it is produced by the military. please give me some feedback on these statements.
6 Jun 2010
Acetaminophen hydrocodone bitartrate
500 mg / 10 mg
M363 is the same whether it is from the Lic. Pharmacy or from the Military. Now if you just got it from some Joe. The pill said it is M363, and you found it on the street it could be a copycat or a remake. It could have the ingredients from Rat poisoning to a large oblong salt tablet.
6 Jun 2010
itsmetoo is right. I also copied this additional information:
Many different combination dosage forms of acetaminophen-hydrocodone are commercially available. In general, combinations with 5 mg of hydrocodone are given 1 to 2 doses every 4 to 6 hours, up to 8 doses per day. Combinations containing 7.5 or 10 mg of hydrocodone are given once every 4 to 6 hours, up to 5 or 6 doses per day (depending on how much acetaminophen they contain).
There are several pharmaceutical companies that manufacture hydrocodone apap. I would assume the lowest bidder has the contract with the government. I highly doubt its' strength is any different than those already produced.
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