It's a small, appx 1/4 inch, white tablet. My son gave me some, claiming they were strictly non-opiate and good for pain.
Anyone know the ingredients, or what these pills are?
I cannot be 100% certain, however everything I've googled, comes up showing your pill may very well be a generic form of tramadol/ultracet/ Ultram, 50mg tablet, these are all the same medication, however don't be fooled, it too can be very addicting from all that I've read thus far. I do have a word of advice tho' never take a pill you have no idea what it is. And, why would your son have it> Is he on that medication> if not, where did he get it? I would be fearful of taking medication that does not come from my own pharmacy or prescription. That being said, if you're having pain, maybe see the doctor to insure it's not somehting serious, and they may give you somehthing to ease your pain. Bless you, and I wish you luck..
Are you positive it isn't an 627? Look closely, because the 6 is a little tricky and can appear as a 6 if not magnified by glasses, etc. an 627 is most certainly Tramadol hydrochloride 50 mg. The reason I am sure of this is because I was prescribed this medication for several years and am very familiar with its description. They are manufactured by different companies and are made in other shapes with different numbers on them as well. However, the round shaped pill with the imprint an 627 is the exact one my pharmacy always carried, therefore filled my prescription with. If it is most definitely an 527, I am not sure what it would be. I hope this helps, and if not that you find an answer. I realize it can be frustrating when you can't find the correct answer. Bed wishes and God Bless!
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