Green And White Capsule 60mg Avinza

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green/white capsule E-506 ## Yes e 506 60 mg is Avinza (extended release Morphine) manufactured by Elan. ...
Updated 9 years ago in Morphine.
Wed, Jan 25 '06, 6:30 PM
possibly morphine
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green and white capsule 60mg ## The drug is a Hydocodine. It is a very potent pill. I have seen them as low as a 10mg and as high as 90mg. There are for sever pain, and should be taken w/ caution. LIke I said VERY potent! ## Correct spelling is Hydrocodone ## This pill is not hydrocodone or hydrocodine. It is a type of morphine iI just don't know what kind. ## Are there any other symbols or numbers on the capsule ? I have the following description which might help: Capsule Half White, Half Bluish Green with the imprint 60 mg on the white half, and if you turn it over 506 on the other side of the white half: This is 60 mg Morphine Sulfate Extended Release brand name Avinza. Does any part of this description sound like a match ? ...
Updated 9 years ago in Morphine.
Thu, Jan 05 '06, 6:30 PM
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ORANGE WITH ABC 60 AND ROUND ## what is fibermyaligia? Why does it cause so much pain? What type of meds. should i be on? ## Depends on the maker. One is as the posted states, another from Purdue Pharma is also orange with one side having an M and 60 underneath it and other side a PF, this is a tablet form. King Pharmaceuticals has it in capsule form and it is green and white under the name Avinza. The green part has Avinza and the white has 60 mg. ## ABG 60 contains 60mgs of Morphine ER, a generic for MS Contin, this is a 12 hour time released formulation. Morphine is a narcotic analgesic. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. You can read more here: Did you have any other questions? ## Raymond, Fibromyalgia is used to describe an unexplained ... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Morphine.
Mon, Aug 10 '09, 12:30 PM

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