I'm concerned because they are in a container that is for hydrocodone but the label states that the pills that were dispensed in this bottle would be a white oblong with the imprint M350.
I have a round pink pill with no imprint except a groove across one side?
- 27 Oct 2010 by Vernie
- 27 October 2010
Pill imprint M 350 has been identified as Metformin hydrochloride extended release 750 mg.
Metformin is used in the treatment of diabetes, type 2; polycystic ovary syndrome; female infertility; insulin resistance syndrome and belongs to the drug class non-sulfonylureas. There is no proven risk in humans during pregnancy.
Metformin 750 mg is not subject to the Controlled Substances Act.
This has been identified as Metforfin & is used as an anti-diabetic, however please do check it with a pharmacist too, take care.
- Hydrocodone Information for Consumers
- Hydrocodone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Hydrocodone (detailed)
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