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Pill With 230 On One Side And A Wierd Symbol On Back

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anna Says:
 
i found this in my sons room and want to know what it is its round white with 230 on one side and a funny shape on back

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Verwon Says:
 
There is a light yellow, round tablet with the Alvogen logo and the numbers 230 on the opposite side that contains 10mgs of Oxycodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, a generic for Percocet, it is narcotic pain reliever.

Learn more Percocet details here.

Has this medication ever been prescribed for him?

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Lona Says:
 
I am glad that your site showed this medication on the web, as I could not find it. I was told it was a generic for Percocet. 10-325, also known as oxycodone-acetamine 10-325. Even though this should have been very easy to find on all of the various pill/medication websites available, it was not. I myself have never seen this variation of Percocet 10/325, and was hesitant to take this medication without further investigation, to make sure it was indeed what it was supposed to be. Again thank you so much on your much needed and informative site.

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HAXTER Says:
 
The Alvogen brand of Oxycodone APAP is not as effective as the Watson brand. The re can legally be a 20% difference in the "pain" medication part of these drugs. They are 10mg Oxycodone and 325mg of generic Tylenol. Target and some Walgreen's stock the Alvogen brand and if you are in very bad pain, I suggest you avoid this brand.

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alan Says:
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Don't go through your sons room, and you won't need to know what the pills are.

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bgk Says:
 
When their son is on his own and out of their house, he can have all the privacy he wants.

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Detox Nurse NYC Says:
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Don't go through your sons room??? That's your advice??... Evidently you're unaware of the epidemic that is causing teens and young adults to overdose and die, in our country... Get a clue...

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lady Di Says:
 
yeah don't go through your sons room and then you will have more time for picking out his casket. you are an idot....or maybe you just don't have children.


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jmac Says:
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One day you might have kids of your own and find out their abusing prescription drugs. Oh. Nevermind you wont find out their addicts until you get the bill from rehab or a funeral home. It's people like you that are fueling this epidemic.

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frank Says:
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He said dont go through sons room cause he is more then likly a kid himself...he probly has patents that don't go through his which is why he has the need to go to drug discussion forums..
he probly takes pills himself

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Kenneth Says:
 
Opiate addiction is horrible and takes 7-10 of acute withdrawal. Opiates also kill, especially when taken with benzodiazapenes

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pink Says:
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Yep a friend of mine was prescribed opiates for pain from spider bite. She took a xanax/ benzo and never were up.

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Recovering addict Says:
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This is a Percocet and thank God he has a parent like you that cares enough to know what your child is doing maybe you can fix it before you have to decide where to bury him

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plllover Says:
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I love mixn my pills. o yea stop crying ppl and take a chill pill. ha

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concerned grieving mother Says:
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My daughter died @ 24 cuz of mixing pills and i say stay on top of it. No matter their age. After all their suppose to bury us not us bury our kids. That's the natural order of life.

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Chris Says:
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That is a 10mg 325 percocet or otherwise known as oxycodone
I have been prescribed that medicine due to dental problems & lots of pain.

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LadyT Says:
 
I agree that the Watson brand is a lot better. I know it's true with Lortab - Norco's (Hydrocodone+APAP)
I have various health issues, Watson is the brand that I've found does best with my pain. So, I agree that it would be the best or at least one of the best for Percocet (oxycodone+APAP) Watson is a great generic brand in medication. I think since it's not name brand that any type of insurance even Medicaid should cover it.

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Jason E. Says:
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Agreed and the price for the med is outrageous, anyone know of a cheaper brand reply {edited for privacy}

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Darwinski Says:
 
No, there can't "legally be a 20% difference". You've been misled.

The Alvogen brand are fine, anyways.

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mike Says:
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Go through your sons phone and find out who his connection for Percocet is. confront the dealer however you see fit. then send your son to a residential for 6 to 8 month. the state pays for that, through court. make a big deal about this, forget the "having a talk bs" keep quiet dont say anything to him. just send him to a program long term. this is very very serious and he needs to know how serious. even if his excuse is "its a one time thing" no.

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Health Wisher Says:
 
Herbal/ Ayurvedic medicines have no side-effects and minimal to zero interactions, because they are not heavily concentrated, or processed to extract only a few chemical compounds as is the case with Allopathic (i.e. common hospital and market chemist medicines). I know people using this in parallel with anti-depressants and anti-psychotics (Valance, Sizopin, and others), with no problems, in fact has supporting benefits. Specially if patient refuses to take medicines, herbal powder or liquid form can slide into drinks and juices of daily use by well-wishers.

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