What Does Lortab Look Like?

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What Does Lortab Look Like?

Isaac Alexis, M.D., AAMA, AMP-BC

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Isaac Alexis, M.D., AAMA, AMP-BC

May 1, 2019

Lortab is an opioid medication used in the treatment of moderate to severe pain. As an opioid, Lortab comes with a high risk of abuse and addiction. This drug is available in a number of different tablet forms and dosages.

Lortab is a prescription medication used to treat moderate to severe pain. Lortab is the brand name for the drug hydrocodone bitartrate, which is a combination of codeine and acetaminophen.

Lortab is available in tablet form and comes in a number of different dosages. This drug is typically used for the treatment of short-term pain management, such as following surgery. It is also used to treat recurring pain, cancer pain, migraines, and other medical conditions.

This drug may produce a number of side effects. These side effects can range from mild to severe. Common side effects caused by Lortab include dry mouth, tiredness, constipation, and an upset stomach.

Lortab is a Schedule II drug, meaning it is only available through prescription and comes with a high potential for abuse and addiction. People using Lortab should take the medication only as prescribed. Abusing Lortab puts people at an increased risk of physical dependence and addiction.

Lortab Tablets

Lortab is available in tablet form. It comes in varying strengths of both acetaminophen and codeine. Strengths of Lortab are listed on the prescription in the following format: 2.5/325. The first number indicates the milligrams of opioid, while the second number indicates the acetaminophen in each tablet.

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Lortab is available in the following strengths:

  • 2.5 mg/325
  • 5 mg/325
  • 7.5 mg/325
  • 10 mg/325

Lortab tablets will look different depending on the manufacturer and the strength of the tablet. Most Lortab tablets are oblong and printed with the strength of the drug on the tablet. This drug typically comes scored, meaning that it can be broken in half.

Lortab tablets come in a number of different colors, including yellow, white, and white with pink specks. Each strength of the drug will typically be in a different color.

Getting Help For Lortab Abuse And Addiction

Lortab can be an extremely addictive substance. Abusing this drug only increases the risk of dependence and addiction. If you or a loved one is struggling with an addiction to Lortab, seeking treatment is the best decision you can make.

There are a variety of treatment options for overcoming opioid addiction. These options typically include a medically supervised detox program followed by a formal treatment program. Inpatient treatment has proven to be highly successful at helping people beat an addiction to Lortab.

To learn more about what Lortab looks like and the treatment options available for Lortab addiction, contact a treatment specialist today.

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