White Oblong Pill With A 333

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Concerned Husband and Knowledgeable Shopper Says:
 
Follow up of 02/28 post. Original pill marked A 333. Wife back to dentist this AM. Swelling along side of tooth/gum after root canal. Took new prescription for Percocet 10-325 back to same CVS. They have nothing in stock other than the A 333 pill that we had already found to be impotent and reported it to Head Pharmacist. Went to another Pharmacy and they filled with white oval shaped pill identified as M523 on one side and 10/325 on the other. Potency and effectiveness confirmed by wife within 20 minutes after first pill. She managed to catch up on several hours lost sleep. Pill marked A 333 not potent 10/325 Percocet alternative. Company recently purchased by another. May be subject to product variations due to takeover issues. CVS a nation wide distributor of defective A 333. Recommend an alternative from a company not in process of reorganization and downsizing of labor force.

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David Says:
 
Thanks for sharing your feedback on the defective A333 tablets.

I noticed most of the people posting about this particular brand said that they didn't even recognize what it was when they got it.

I'm thinking it's probably a newer variation of the generic version. Perhaps what was used from left over ingredients or an old batch is now being put into those tablets to cut down on costs.

Hopefully others will catch on to the news about these before getting their prescriptions filled at CVS.

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Gayle Says:
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I have taken oxycodone far awhile and these small oblong white pills with A333 on them did not work at all might as well have taken nothing at all. If CVS has gotten to where they get these cheap knock off meds they will never get my money again. That's really sad that they do people that way. I have a hard enough time paying far my meds as it is.

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Michael Says:
 
I am using the A-333 white oblong Percocet.. I DO find them to be effective..
I take a lot of pain medicine, and I have no complaints about these..

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