M367 is the imprint that is on a prescription drug known as acetaminophen and hydrocodone bitartrate 325 mg /10 mg. This pill is used for the treatment of pain and is a narcotic. It is commonly prescribed for back pain, rheumatoid arthritis, and coughing. This drug does have the potential for abuse since it can become addicting if used for a long period of time. The drug is white and comes in a capsule shape.
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M367 is prescribed hydrocodone 10/325mg generic version of norco watson. The pill is white oblong with
It's generic for norco or vicodin. It has 10mg hyrdrocodone with 325mg acetaminophen in it. One more popular brand name is Lortab. They often add some numbers to the name to determine
Not Medical Advice: Pill imprint M367 has been identified as Acetaminophen and hydrocodone bitartrate 325 mg / 10 mg. It is used in the treatment of pain.
11 Mar 2005 This pill is a generic version of Norco® 10/325 Each pill contains Hydrocodone Bitartrate 10 mg and Acetaminophen 325 mg Description: White Oval-Shaped
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M367 is the code imprinted on Acetaminophen/hydrocodone pill, which contains 325mg of Acetaminophen and 10mg of hydrocodone. This medication is used for pain management ...
The pull with M367 on it is Acetaminophen with Hydrocodone. This is used to treat moderate to severe pain. However, it should not be used unless it is prescribed ...
Hydrocodone M367 is a pain killer used in the treatment of back pains, coughs and rheumatoid arthritis. The strength of hydrocodone is 325 mg / 10 mg. ...
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