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

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colinzimmermann 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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Inactive 3 May 2010

I agree. You couldnt have explained any better.

Judith Peoho 1 Jan 2018

What is the Bitartrate add to the medication. I found it to be less effective.
These generics need to be more closely checked as they are not all the same.
No consistent effect whatsoever from the generics. Perhaps the brand Norco is the next one to ask my doctor to prescribe. Just got off Gabapentin and know how dangerous that drug is and how much better I felt after I stopped taking it. The generic I was taking of hydrocodone was working fine but pharmacies are not using that generic now and my pain from neuropathy is much worse. I was halving the tablets during the day. But now need whole 5/325 and more often. And it takes another dose during the night to sleep. What is going on with the generics? free discount card

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