What Is A White Oblong Pill With The Imprint M367

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white oblong pill 176 on one side scored on the other
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Was told that it was a generic hydrocodone 10/325 - any ideas as to who makes it? ## Hydrocodone-acetaminophen Strength(s) 10 mg / 325 mg Imprint(s) 176 Manufacturer / Distributor Caraco Pharmaceutical Laboratories Color(s) White Shape Elliptical ## I have been taking norco 10/325 for quite some time due to back injury. I always got the yellow pill until I went to another pharmacy. Now it is a white oblong pill w/176 and scored on other side. Per research this is generic for vicoden. Why does this medicine not work as well as the yellow? ## the pill shuold be just as strong cuase its got that same look. the generic ones thqat are not as strong and will be shapped different and say either ip110 or m367. i taqke those their same thing. no dif. their just generic. generif got smart and mad... ...
Updated 10 days ago in Hydrocodone.
Mon, May 15 '17, 7:19 AM
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white with m367 on one side and a line in the middle on the other ## A white, oblong, tablet with the imprint M367 is Hydrocodone 10mg. with 325mg of tylenol. ## Tylenol is nothing more than a brand name, the actual name of the drug is Acetaminophen, so this contains 325mgs of Acetaminophen and 10mgs of Hydrocodone. ...
Updated 10 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Thu, Mar 01 '07, 2:53 PM
what does norco look like
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oblong white pill and on one side it has ip 110 the bottle says hydrocodone apap 10-325 tab by amneal ## does norco have m367 on it ## what about a pill that has IP 109 on it? Is this a norco too? ## @hayred, M367 is identified as Acetaminophen (325mg) + Hydrocodone bitartrate (10mg); a generic for norco. For verification, the National Drug Code (NDC) is: 00406-0367 @Sue, IP 109 is also identified as Acetaminophen (325mg) + Hydrocodone bitartrate (5mg); a generic for norco. For verification, the National Drug Code (NDC) is: 53746-0109 To the original thread starter: It seems as though all three of you have generic medications with different dosages. All the "norco's" I've seen have either "Watson" or "Norco" imprinted onto the pill, along with a set of nu... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Norco.
Sat, Aug 18 '12, 1:19 PM
Amneal Pharmaceuticals Hydrocodone 10-325
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I have been taking hydrocodone 10-325 (made by Watson) for about a year. I picked up my prescription yesterday and instead of the normal yellow pill, I received a white oblong pill imprinted with m367 on it. I took 2 for breakthrough pain and had no relief what-so-ever. I called the pharmacy and was told that they will no longer be able to get the med from Watson. Does anyone know what has happened? I have chronic pain, and these white ones from Amneal Pharmaceuticals is not going to cut it. Has anyone else experienced this? ## Hello, Dano! How are you? There's no way to know which manufacturer's product your pharmacy will carry at any given time. You might be better served to talk to your doctor about trying a different medication. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the po... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Hydrocodone.
Sat, Apr 15 '17, 12:17 PM
hydrocodone refill
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My orginal script was a white oblong pill with imprint m367, however just got refill and the pill is yellow with imprint 170 on it, I can not find this any where. The script is for hydrocodene 10-325, Took them back in the pharmacy and they said it was the same pill just another manfacturer.Thought they should at least change the lable incase I got pulled over. And not sure what I'm taking now because I cant fin it on the internet anyplace. Please someone help Thanks ## M367, white oblong tablet is Hydrocodone 10 mg and Acetaminophen 325 mg. Yellow tablet with 170 imprint is Hydrocodone 7.5 mg and Acetaminophen 325 mg ## Thank- you for your reply so they did give the wrong script. Not sure what to do about that, take them back. That will not go over well, dont think so ## Joy, you d... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Mon, Apr 14 '14, 2:31 PM
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## can i freeze vicodin after date expires? ## can i freeze vicodin? ## i have a greeb oblong tablet with V on one side and 51/18 on the other. I was told it was a vicodin. I have never seen green ones. I mysself get the white ones. ## oval white pill numbers on one side only 93 089 Think it is vicodin (not sure) ## 93 089 is an antibiotic which contains Sulfamethoxazole 800 mg + Trimethoprim 160 mg, manufactured by Teva Pharmaceuticals. It is generic for a number of meds such as Bactrim and Septra ... ## I FOUNDA WHITE OVAL PILL AND I KNOW ITS VICODIN AND THE TOTAL IMPRINT SAYS: M367 WHAT IS THE DOSAGE ## oval white pill with M360 on one side. I think that it is Vicodin. What strenth is it? ## I believe it is a 750 ...
Updated 4 years ago in Vicodin.
Sat, Apr 20 '13, 2:38 PM

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