• audrey audrey
    July 01, 2008
    i have a pill oval shaped with M365 on it can you tell me what it is
    audrey audrey
    July 01, 2008

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  • tina the trainer July 01, 2008
    tina the trainer
    July 01, 2008

    After researching it a bit it looks like it is either vicodin or norco. Both of which are anarcotic and either acitominaphin or ibuprofen blended together. It looks like it is a lower dose compaed to what I know and saw. I just had MAJOR back surgery and I have Fibromyalgia so I am in constant pain and have to take Norco several times a day. My Norco says 367. So I looked into it for you and it is either one of the two that I mentioned above!!!

     

    Good luck...

    Tina

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    • Johnnyk
      October 26, 2010
      Johnnyk
      October 26, 2010

      Thank you Tina. Can you help me by telling me where I can go for chronic pain relief? My Dr. is not listening. 

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  • Pain sucks December 12, 2011
    Pain sucks
    December 12, 2011

    To answer your question about your dr not listening,

    go to an orthopedic doctor explain where the pain

    is and what meds you have tried. I want to caution

    you that pain pills can be addictive and I would avoid

    Percocet just my opinion but they make you sicker to

    your stomach and give you a headache when you start

    to come down off one. Also they are far harder to quit

    than norcos not that they make you high or anything

    but oxycodone is a strong drug so see if you can get

    by on norcos or vicodins or just Aleve or something.

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  • Pain sucks December 12, 2011
    Pain sucks
    December 12, 2011

    ssspp

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