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a333 pill is it oxycodone
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Watson is now Actavis if the article I just read is true , so your A333 is generic Percocet and hopefully works as well as the white round Watson , not sure yet tho . ## That is correct. Watson acquired Actavis and has dropped the Watson name. The tablet with the A333 marking contains 10mgs of Oxycodone and 325mgs of Percocet. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Learn more Percocet details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Where can I read more about this.....Watson acquired Actavis and has dropped the Watson name? That's the name brand CVS uses now! Except if I get mine there, they (CVS),said mine is onlong [sp] and has "A32" on... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Jul 08 '14, 2:11 PM
activis oxycodone is toxic
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My mom was taking a generic oxycodone for months it was not Activist. I pick up her scripts and know Activis is toxic from my own experience. The label read Mallinkot it looked different as the strength. Was increased. She said it did not help her pain despite the higher dose. She began to complain of itching too. After several days she was really sick with a swollen face BAD. Called MD several times. I told her to stop the pain med as this was the only thing new. MD prescribed Benadryl and new script for pain. In the meantime looking at her old pill bottle the pills did not match the label description. Looked them up and they were Activist A332. Went to CVSThey only weakly apologized for the error. Since then now my mom is in the hospital with the Actions reaction!!! Super expensive lo... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Apr 29 '14, 6:41 PM
Oxycodone & other shortages
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This all seems to have started around the same time Darvon was pulled from the shelves with nothing to replace it. (Darvon & Tramadol combined was finding some success in providing relief for fybromyalgia) I gave up on trying to get Walgreens to fill prescriptions for Oxycodone/Oxycontin. After trying Walmart, several Publix, CVS & most of the Walgreens in my area, I am trying the Morphine based product MS Contin instead. I had an allergic reaction to the generic brand and am now on day 2 of the manufactor's and am experiencing similar problems. The conversion formula from Oxycodone to Morphine isn't reliable either. Meanwhile, the local Walgreens are now out of Adderall going on 2 weeks, because the company that makes it (Corapharma & Barr make the two generics) app... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, Mar 27 '13, 8:03 AM
Oxycodone pills, differences
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I take oxycodone 15 milligram been taking them for almost a year always got my prescription filled at CVS and the pills were circular and light blue had to get my prescription filled at Walmart this last time and they're all black and white what's the difference between the two ## Since this medication is available as a generic, it is manufactured by several different pharmaceutical companies and all will look different and have different markings on them. What are the markings on the pills in question? The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. ...
Updated 24 days ago in Oxycodone.
Sat, Dec 24 '16, 9:56 PM
amneal oxycodone not effective
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The new oxycodone is a worthless knock off generic of a generic drug. CVS is pushing it. Disgusting practice to see worthless drugs pushed on seriously patients in pain. I'm informing all to Avoid CVS and this company getting rich on the pain of others. Criminal. ## According to NIH, these are the following inactive ingredients reportedly found in Amneal's Oxycodone tablets: Corn Starch Lactose Monohydrate Microcrystalline Cellulose Sodium Starch Glycolate Type A Potato Stearic Acid *The 10mg tablet contains the addition of D & C Red No. 27 *The 15mg tablet contains the addition of FD & C Blue No. 2 *The 20mg tablet contains the addition of FD & C Red No. 40 + FD & C Blue No. 2 + FD & C Yellow No. 6 *The 30mg tablets contains the addition of FD & C Blue N... ...
Updated 9 days ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, Jan 09 '17, 6:39 PM
oxycodone 10 325 pill watson 392
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Please tell me if there is an EXACT replacement for the Watson 392 generic for Percocet. I know Watson has purchased Actavis. I have been taking the Watson 392 for years and the substitute does not help me at all. I take in combination with Fentanyl. Are there other companies that make the "Watson 392" configuration under a different number and name??? I have contacted Actavis several times to see if they have an exact replacement and they have not replied to any of my e-mail. CVS has substituted a Actavis that is supposed to be the same and it isn't. It does not work for me. The number is A333. This is an Endocet substitute and Endocts have never worked for me. ## I don't have an answer...ALL of the Watson Percocet users are miserable now..myself included. Actavis is no... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, Jul 02 '14, 6:40 AM
Oxymorphone Generic, CVS/Caremark, Provigil = OxyCo useless
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I was just Rx'd Provigil (modafinil), which is a mild stimulant for Narcolepsy, Sleep Apnea, and Shift Work Sleep Disorder. In my case, it's for mixed sleep apnea and Hypersomnia, (which is similar to Narcolepsy). Well, I am currently scheduled to have a lumbar L5-S1 DISCECTOMY. Consulting w/ the Neurosurgeon and agreeing to surgery was around 3 days AFTER I started taking the Provigil (modafinil). The Neurosurgeon Rx'd oxycodone/APAP 10-325 for pain control in the meantime...oh surgery is in 3 weeks. Here's the real question. I have ALWAYS been a strange opiate metabolizer when it comes to Pro-Drugs or drugs that rely on being broken down by specific liver enzymes in order for the REAL effective metabolites to do their magic. For instance, and I apologize if this is com... ...
Updated 3 days ago in Oxymorphone.
Sun, Jan 15 '17, 2:39 PM
IC Oxycodone-Acetamminophen 5-325 manufactured by Mallinckrodtph
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Had a Septoplasty and bil submucous resection turbinates today; was given a rx for this pain med and had it filled at CVS. I don't take pain medications in daily life. It has not effect at's not that it is not strong just does nothing. I'm not allowed to take an NSAID or Tyl OTC so needless to day I'm miserable tonight. Why would this medication be impotent? Could it be a plcebo? Thanks a'bunch ## Hi Mary Ann, I'm sorry to hear about your situation. It's odd that this pain killer didn't work for you. Do you know if it is a generic? I do know that the FDA permits generic formulas to vary by as much as 20% from the active ingredients in brand formulas. My only other guess is that you could've gotten a bad batch or your body just isn... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Aug 26 '14, 12:52 PM
white oblong pill A333 not as effective as other generics
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I have been taking oxycodone 10/325 for a serious pain problem for some time now. I am used to getting a round white tablet with Watson imprinted on one side and the numbers 925. Those worked fine for my pain. They were supplied by CVS as a generic for Percocet. I also received another generic that was a yellow oblong tablet and these also worked well. I refilled my prescription last month however and got these white oval tablets with an imprint of A333 on them and not only am I not getting adequate pain coverage but there are many times I felt very strange after taking my medication. The only way I can describe it is weird, tingly, the way I feel if I have been able to sleep and miss taking my afternoon dose. Like I didn't take the medication at all. I discussed this with a friend ... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Oxycodone.
Sun, Dec 04 '16, 9:39 PM
white oblong pill with a333
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This a333 is generic for percocet and CVS is dispensing them, OXYCODONE10/3.25 is what they are. ## Thanks for taking the time to share this information. To anyone else needing a second opinion, I can also confirm that an oblong white pill marked with "A333" is in fact identified as Oxycodone (10mg) + Acetaminophen (325mg); which is used to treat moderate to severe pain. For verification, this tablet is said to be manufactured by Actavis, and has a National Drug Code of 00228-2983-11. Does anyone here have personal experience or feedback from trying these over other manufacturer's brands/generics? I heard one complaint about someone having stomach or GI problems from this particular form, but have yet to come across a list of inactive ingredients to see what exactly might be... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Percocet.
Sun, Feb 28 '16, 4:42 PM
white pill with number 512 on it
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round pill with number 512 written it ## The pill which you are describing is a generic Percocet. This is a narcotic pain reliever containing Acetaminophen 325 mg and Oxycodone HCl 5 mg, manufactured by Mallinckrodt. ## hello i had back surgery a few weeks ago i had a prescritioin filled at cvs today and the pills look different they are not all the same my dr. ordered mpercoet 10mg/325mg some are white and some are big and white with 512 wriitten o the front and a slash on the back i do not think they are the same dosage do i need to report this?thanks ...
Updated 6 years ago in Percocet.
Mon, Jan 10 '11, 8:36 PM
Endo 602 - What Pharmacy Dispenses?
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I'm in South Florida. We have a lot of Mom & Pop Shops, but Mostly Walgreens/CVS/Target/Walmart Pharmacies... Looking to fill my Oxycodone/APAP 5/325mg, but tired of the 512's, and the Watson's.. Have tried the Endo 602 before, worked very well, and would like to know what Pharmacies dispense this manufacturers generic of the Oxy/APAP 325mg ## I'm sorry, but there is no database listing which pharmacy carries a medication from any given manufacturer. Such a thing would be dynamic and very hard to keep updated, if someone tried to create it. Most pharmacies carry whatever one was being offered for the cheapest price when they needed to restock their supply. It's how they keep prices as low as possible for uninsured customers. You could try asking your regular phar... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, Aug 25 '14, 12:58 PM
Auro pharmaceuticals U17???
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My local CVS pharmacy has been changing and even mixing brands of my oxycodone/apap 10/325 for months now. Today they gave me yet a new brand made by Auro Pharmaceuticals with the inscription U17. Has anyone heard of these before? I know nothing about them. ## This tablet contains 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. When it comes to generic medications, whichever one your pharmacy has on hand any given month may change, depending on which generic was available at the cheapest price, when they needed to restock their supply. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Be sure and note that the meds you say yo... ...
Updated 12 days ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, Jan 06 '17, 7:05 AM
white oblong pill with r 333 percocet
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Found this pill in my sons room. A333 imprinted, white oval with a line in the middle. Please, I pray it's only an over the counter product... ## Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but R333 is the code CVS uses to identify their oxycodone generic. It's a very addictive opiate: I would advise taking it from him immediately and getting him something a little less harmful, like a bong. ## Pardon, I meant A333. R333 is the code for hydrocodone. ## Take em cuz they are definitely oxycodone. ## They are not percocet or hyddocodone talk to your phamacist its an impotent drug ## Hi Deb, I am currently taking this medication, for pain. It is DEFINITELY Percocet 10/325. It's generic from Target Pharmacy. I would call a few pharmacy's. If u feel embarrassed to call, say that u are... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Percocet.
Tue, Oct 27 '15, 8:20 AM
amneal percocet weak
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This is in reference to Amneal Pharmaceutical's "7.5/325" Oxycodone, the label which also reads in part: "*7.5 mg oxycodone HCI, USP is equivalent to 6.7228 mg of oxycodone" without explaining what that means. CVS switched my brand last month and claim that all brands are the same strength. NOT SO, according to the level of pain and everyone who is in pain knows that pain does no lie. Having a website where people can rant about their product to one another is an old trick perfected by Apple, Google, and Microsoft to make us think that somehow they're part of the conversation. Do not take no for an answer in telling your doctor, pharmacist, and insurance that you insist on something that works and is in fact the strength that your doctor prescribed! ## Generics c... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Percocet.
Mon, Sep 12 '16, 3:23 PM
30 mg roxicet capsule
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capsule ## First off, I would like to state that there is no medication called Roxicet. This is a confusion of the names of two different brand name medications; Percocet, which contains Acetaminophen and Oxycodone and Roxicodone, which just contains Oxycodone. The Oxycodone is a narcotic and can cause side effects such as: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Can you provide the imprint from the capsules? That will enable to us to help you determine what medication you have. ## sorry but you are wrong, roxicet is the new generic form of percocet, I just got some from CVS for a migrane and it said on the bottle "ROXICET 10/500" ## have got roxycet from a drug store in GA. they are generic and they are red and white with no marking i have never seen this before. I do l... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Roxicet.
Wed, Oct 19 '16, 9:30 PM
Watson oxycodone now Actavis
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I had been on Watson 10/325 for a few months for chronic shoulder neck pain. Yesterday I got a new prescription and CVS filled it with an A333 long pill (Actavis). Now I find ~ after questioning the pharmacist and scouring the Internet ~ that Watson is no longer available and {I also find} that the pills I received are probably Actavis' newly released abuse-deterrent pill. This was dispensed as a regular generic version of my Percocet prescription....of which nobody mentioned the switch. After taking one I became very ill, dizzy, sweats and had difficulty breathing for the better part of the day ~ none of which ever occurred with the Watson pills. Can you confirm that Watson will no longer be manufacturing the 10/325 Oxy and that these are actually the alleged "test" run of ... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, Oct 10 '16, 7:28 PM

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