Vicodin M358

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is this white pill with m358 on it a vicodin

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Tracy Says:

Yes, what you are talking about is a generic vicodin called hydrocodone. An M 358 white oblong pill. The strength is 7.5.

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papadaquez Says:

what do you mean 7.5????

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Crystal Says:


What Tracy means is the Miligrams are 7.5. Hydrocodone comes in many strengths.

Please post back if you have any more questions or information to add.

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jayjay124 Says:

You say that Hyrocodone comes in many strenghts, is there any way that you could inform everyone as to what they are? Because instead of my doctor prescribing me a larger strenght than 5/500 he gave me some Oxcycodone (Percocet) which I feel is even strongger than any Hydrocodone.

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mar60 Says:

My dr. gave meHydrocodone/apap 5MG/500MG Tabs how strong are thes really?Ihad knee surgery.

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jayjay124 Says:

I have been taking Hydrocodone 5/500 for about three months now. My personal opinion is that they work every good moderate pain but not severe pain. They might work for severe pain, but you might find yourself taking more than you need as the 5/500 only work for so long. So my advice is to follow the directions prescribed by your doctor and you should be just fine. But if the pain resurfaces before your next time for dosage, check with your doctor to see if there is anything else he can provide to releive your pain, something that might last a bit longger.

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Shine Says:

Please everyone in pain, try magnets, I have use magneto therapy for a bulging disc and vertebrae and now I am fine, and no need for drugs, also cook all your foods with bone, so you can ingest the hyaluronic acid. God Bless you.

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mar60 Says:

you say to use Magnets,for pain,for how long before one can feel a diffrents?Also what is bone?you say to cook with Bone!

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