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What Does Roxy 10mg Look Like

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katie Says:
what does a 10mg roxy look like?

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Verwon Says:
There is no Roxicodone, which would be the regular release formulation of Oxycodone, in a 10mg tablet.

Roxicodone is only available in 5, 15 or 30mg tablets.

I don't have a picture to post for you, due to copyright reasons, but I can give you some descriptions and markings.

There is a 10mg Oxycontin tablet, that should have the marking of OP on one side and 10 on the other, the other tablets had OC on on side and 10 on the other and they are both white.

As to Roxicodone markings, the 5mg is a round, white tablet and one side it has 54 over 582, the 30mg is round, blue and one one side has 54 over 199 and the 15mg is green, round and has 54 over 710 on one side.

There are also many generics on the market, so I couldn't possibly list all of the markings for those.


There are also tablets on the market called Percocet, that contain 10mgs of Oxycodone, coupled with Acetaminophen, there also many generics of this available.


Are there any markings on the tablet you are questioning? If you can post back with this information, I will gladly look it up for you to see what it contains.

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Tony Says:
Dont listen to Verwon, he doesnt know what he's talking about. There are Roxicodone 10mg and 20mg, but only sold as a generic from KVK Tech. The 10mg Roxicodone is small, round and pink with the imprint "K 56" and the 20mg is small, round and grey with the imprint "K 57".

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Verwon Says:
First, I am not a he and second you have the correct dosages, but those are not regular release tablets that would be a generic forRoxicodone, those are instant release tablets, which are generics for OxyIR.


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Tony Says:
Wrong again. OxyIR are capsules, not tablets. Oxycodone 10mg and 20mg TABLETS are not associated with any brand name, but are more closely related to Roxicodone because they are the same size and structure as Roxicodone, just different amount of oxycodone.

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Vixin Says:
I'm on oxyIR and mine are small round pink tablets not capsules

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Cracker Says:
What does the ir part of roxy

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Digger Says:
I am on oxy IR 20mg tablets and they are small round grey-ish tablets and the bottle says generic for oxy ir. Basically it's like this, if its not OxyContin or some form of controlled release oxycodone then it's instant release. Percocet, roxicodone, tylox are all instant release oxycodone

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Ynaffit Says:
You need not to post about medicine when you do not have knowledge of it.. People read these answers and should be able to find them informative and correct..

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Roach420 Says:
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All you have to do to find a pic of any pill is go to google images and type in either the name and mg or the markings on either side of the pill and it will show you every type there is.

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KiaSophia Says:
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Just saying I have been getting roxicodone also known as oxycodone hcl for a year they are 10 mg & look like blue 30s but they are pink, thats straight from my bottle so not sure why you dont think they make that mg, but they do sorry just wanted ppl to know what they are looking @

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your highness Says:
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I have a round scored white pill imprint 54/543.what is it?

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dana Says:
There isn't a 10 mg but a 15 is light green with the markings R/214 on one side and nothing on the other! I hope this helps!

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Anonymous Says:
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You are wrong. The 10 mg oxycodone is bright pink as I used to get them. Google it. I got them for almost a year until I was switched up to 15's.

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jdl Says:
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I get the 10 mg now! They are pink,and the bottle says oxycodone, generic for Roxicodone. I was also on the 20 mg. Bottle said the same thing, and they were grey!!!

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