Mylan Medications - Identify Your Pill
M P/T Pill - Mylan's Generic Version of Ultracet
What is Mylan's M P/T pill? What kind of medication
is the small round yellow pill indexed with M on
one side and P/T on the other?
Mylan's M P/T pill is 37.5mg / 325mg Tramadol HCL / Acetaminophen
(generic for Ultracet). It is a compound medication used for
treatment of moderate to severe pain. Tramadol is an opioid
analgetic very similar to codeine. Acetaminophen (APAP) is
a milder pain reliever that increases the effects of Tramadol.
Each M P/T pill contains 37.5 mg Tramadol hydrochloride and 325 mg
The preparation can be marketed under brand name Ultracet.
In Canada, the medication is mostly available as Tramacet.
Tramadol HCl is also distributed in pure form (without combining
it with Acetaminophen) under various brand names that include Ultram and
Ultram ER. See Mylan's M T7 Pill.
In Mylan's M P/T pills, Acetaminophen can be harmful for the liver
if overdosed. In adults, the total dose of Acetaminophen must not
exceed 4000 mg daily, or 1000 mg taken at a time.
You should take care when using Tramadol, too. If taken regularly or
abused, it may be habit-forming. In some people, Tramadol may cause
seizes. When stopped after a prolonged period of usage, Tramadol may
cause unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. The total daily dose of Tramadol
should not exceed 300 mg.
The usual recommended effective dose of M P/T (Tramadol / Acetaminophen)
Ultracet is 2 pills at a time, up to 4 times a day.
You benefit directly when Mylan Generics are used in place of
brand name medicines. First, because you will be receiving a high
quality medicine, and second, because Mylan Generics are generally
However, you may try and order Ultracet (Tramadol / Acetaminophen)
marketed by other manufacturers, too!
You may try and order generic Tramadol / APAP
preparation by clicking this image of Mylan's
M P/T pill.