If your doctor wrote you a prescription for it, he felt it was safe for you to take it. However, hydromorphone is a controlled substance. If you are taking it without a prescription, you are taking it illegally. The only way you can legally take this medication is for it to be written for you by a doctor that has already reviewed your specific case. If you have it legally, then your doctor has already told you that you can take it.
According to Nursing 2011 Drug Handbook, the answer to Percodan-325, the answer is no. Percodan is a compound of two different formulas for oxycodone to equal 4.88 mg of oxycodone (again two formulas) and 325 mg of aspirin. Percocet is a compound of oxycodone and acetaminophen (Tylenol) and is manufactured in varying strengths of both oxycodone and acetaminophen.
Apo Tramadol/Acet 325
yep. it's got (I'm assuming you are taking the red 37.5/325's) 325mg of Tylenol in it though, so it will burn a bit. Also, the red coating is mostly sugar but it is really hard so you better crush it to a VERY fine powder.
"This pill is orange, it is bi-sected, and it is a hydrocodone product, like vicodin. It is 7.5 hydrocodone, 325 acetaminophin. Examples: Regular strength vicodin:5/500. Watson 3203 is 7.5/325, norco is 10/325. Norco and their generic equivalent are usually yellow and look just like the orange ones, but the yellows are stronger. Hope this helps." Norco is a generic name brand of vicodin (there are many different variations). it's important to realize that one name does not equate a strength of hydrocodone but, more accurately, the strength (amount) of acetaminophin (Tylenol). While it's important to realize that the first number is the strength of hydrocodone, the amount of Tylenol is crucial to monitor. One of the most occurring accidental drug overdoses is from taking too much Tylenol (acetaminophin) which can cause serious liver problems that may, or may not be reversible. Watson 3203 is one of the Hydrocodone/APAP pills manufactured by Watson Pharmaceuticals. There is quite a number of them, different in strengths (both Hydrocodone and Acetaminophen), though all of them can be listed as generic Vicodin (or Lortab, or Norco).
what is apo on one side and 5-325 on other side
No, Tylenol 500 would be stronger than Tylenol 325. The ending numbers represent their milligrams. Tylenol 500 is Tylenol 500mg. Tylenol 325 is Tylenol 325mg.
Yes, but keep in mind that the hydrocodone has Tylenol in it.
325 mg of acetaminophen or Tylenol.
If it says percocet 5/ 325 , 5 is the amount of percocet and the 325 is the amount of acetaminophen aka Tylenol
No, but there's acetaminophen in Tylenol 3
5 mg oxycodone 325 Tylenol
Weak vicodin, 5mg of hydrocodone, 325 acetominophine (tylenol)
10 mg hydrocodone and 325 mg Tylenol
It is 325 kilograms of Tylenol