Mylan Medications - Identify Your Pill
M T7 Pill - Mylan's Generic Version of Ultram
What is Mylan's M T7 pill? What kind of medication
is the small round white pill indexed with M on
one side and T7 on the other?
Mylan's M T7 pill is 50 mg Tramadol HCL
(generic for Ultram). Tramadol is an opioid analgetic very
similar to codeine. The medication is used for treatment of
moderate to severe pain. Each M T7 pill contains
50 mg of
There may be found generic versions of 50 mg Ultram distributed
by other manufactures, too (e.g., Pliva 616 pills).
Besides generic versions, Tramadol is available under various
brand names that include Ultram and Ultram ER (extended release
Tramadol HCl is also distributed in combination with Acetaminophen
under various brand names that include Ultracet and Tramacet. See
Mylan's M P/T Pill.
You should take care when using Tramadol, including Mylan's M T7
pills. If taken regularly or abused, the drug 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. A single dose of Tramadol should exceed 100 mg. The total
daily dose should not exceed 300 mg (or six M T7 pills).
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 Ultram (Tramadol HCl)
marketed by other manufacturers, too!
You may try and order generic Tramadol HCl
by clicking this image of
Mylan's M T7 pill.