Is This Strong Painkiller?

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joey jihad Says:

well i found this white pill that says m in a box on one side and 3 on the other side. i ussaly take 2 30mg of the m 30 ones that are30mg of hydrocodiene. the m 3 ones say its 30mg of codiene and 200mg of acephime [ or how ever u spell it ]. how many of the m3's would i have too take to equal a m 30

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Verwon Says:

Okay, first lets cover exactly what these tablets contain.

The one with the M 30 marking does not contain Hydrocodone, it actually contains 30mgs of Oxycodone, it is a generic for Roxicodone.


The pill with the M 3 marking contains 30mgs of Codeine and 300mgs of Acetaminophen.



As to the conversion, the amount of Codeine needed to be equal to each 30mg Oxycodone tablet would be 300mgs, because the Codeine is much weaker than Oxycodone.

Therefore, it is neither practical, nor safe to try and take that much of the tablets which contain Codeine, due to the risk of overdose and the toxicity that can result from taking that much of the Acetaminophen.

Are there any other questions or comments?

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