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What is this pill - with 'M2A4 57344' imprint? and capsule shaped?

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Plain Jane 25 Jan 2011

Pill imprint M2A4 57344 has been identified as Acetaminophen 500 mg.

Acetaminophen is used in the treatment of pain; muscle pain; fever; sciatica and belongs to the drug class miscellaneous analgesics.

There is an image of a round tablet here but it also comes capsule shaped.
https://www.drugs.com/imprints/m2a4-57344-14288.html

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DrJenkinsPH 3 Apr 2013

Pill imprint M2A4 57344 is identified as Oxycodone 10mg, Acetaminophen 500 mg. This is titled under the controlled substance act and may be habit forming.
There is a pill M2A4 57334 that you may be confused with which is a RX pain medication.
Thank You Dr. Jenkins PH 15 years experience as a PH.

Bunchesofos 15 Oct 2020

This isn't a hydrocodone it's an acetaminophen (tylenol) . I just want you to be safe . It specifically says above that it's an acetaminophen . I pray you do your research or pay attention to the words on the page so that you won't accidentally make a wrong choice that doesn't have to be made . It'll save your life.

phuquinsiay_tayaira 24 Nov 2018

It's a hydrocodone 10 mg. Used to treat chronic pain: back pain, leg pain, or any surgical pains.

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USMCMAMA99 2 Aug 2019

M2A4 57344 is Acetaminophen 500... NOT Oxycodone, NOT a controlled substance.. sold OTC (over the counter)
The mention of 57334 (1 number off) is Acetaminophen 325mg... AGAIN.. NOT a controlled substance. Google round white pill, M2A4 57344. Picture will be shown... with imprint. A Dr should know this medication just by looking at it.

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