what do these numbers stand for
Numbers like this are indicative of a combination medicine. This means there are two medications in the pill. The first ingredient is 10mg and the secod ingredient is 325mg. This sounds like it is likely a pain medication. To use an example, say it is Percocet which is an oxycodone and acetaminophen combo. The first ingredient oxycodone is 10mg and the second ingedient is acetaminophen which is 325mg. It would be written on the bottle as Percocet 10/325mg or the generic would be written oxycodone/APAP 10/325mg. APAP is an abbreviation for acetaminophen. If you tell me what the exact drug is I might be able to tell you more but hopefully this has helped to explain it to you some!
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