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How many milligrams are in hydrocodone 7.5-325, 5-325, and 5-500?

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Dr. Brandon Maples answered

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Hydrocodone/Apap: The first number is the amount of hydrocodone in each tablet, so 7.5 mg, 5 mg, and 5 mg, and the second number is the amount of Acetaminophen (tylenol) in each tablet, so 325 mg or 500 mg.

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Dr. Richard O'Leary answered

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7.5, 5 and 5: The first number represents how much hydrcodone is present in the pill. In this case 7.5 mg or 5mg. The second number is the number of milligrams of Acetaminophen (commonly known as tylenol) in this case it is either 325 or 500 mg.

Answered 9/11/2014

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