Vicodin Pictures

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MP58 white round blank on back. W-O or M-o on one side and 650 on the other side peach color oval long and skinny. small round m on one side and a small 5 on the other with a score under the 5 in middle. 2410 V on one side and blank on the other side. what are these?



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ang Says:

2410 with V under it. Blank on other side.

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Baby Says:

what is the difference between hydrocodone and oxycodone? is ( V 3604) vicodin?

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Verwon Says:

Okay, where to start…

Both the tablet with the 2410 V marking and the tablet with the MP 58 marking contain 350mgs of Carisoprodol, the active ingredient in Soma, which is a muscle relaxant. This medication may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and dry mouth.

Learn more Carisoprodol details here.




The tablet with the O M 650 is an Ultracet tablet, it contains 37.5mgs of Tramadol and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, it is a centrally acting analgesic.

It does have the potential to be habit forming and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

Learn more Ultracet details here.




The M 5 tablet contains 5mgs of Oxycodone, which is a narcotic analgesic, so it may also be habit forming and could cause the same side effects as listed for the Ultracet.

Learn more Oxycodone details here.




Yes, the tablet with the 3604 V marking is a generic for Lortab, Vicodin or Norco, it contains 5mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen.

Learn more Lortab details here.

Refer to the side effect profile listed for the Ultracet, since they are very similar and closely related.

As to the difference, the Oxycodone and Hydrocodone are both different narcotic opiates, but the Oxycodone is somewhat stronger. It only takes 3.33mgs of it to be equivalent to each 5mg dosage of Hydrocodone.

Are there any other questions or comments?

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