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oxycodone 20 mg K57 vs NP14
I don't usually count the pills when I pick up my Rx. This time I did & felt a difference in the thickness. Some are marked NP on one side & K57 on one side & blank on the other. I'm assuming they're from different Mfg Co's but don't like to assume with my pain pills! Also, is it normal practice for Pharmacies to mix? ## I have a bad back and am wondering if being prescribed oxycodone would be the best course of action? ## Yes, these both contain 20mgs of Oxycodone in a regular release formulation and mixing can be normal, if your pharmacy doesn't have enough of one to fill your prescription. There is nothing wrong with it. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, ... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Oxycodone.
Sun, Jul 27 '14, 3:25 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 266289
Orange Round Pill With Np 11
Found a lot of these in my spare bedroom afternoon mate left and was wondering what they are there are also pink ones with NP 12 on it ... ## I haven't been able to find a listing for either one in the U.S. prescription drug databases that I searched. Learn more prescription drug details here. Is there a chance that they aren't from the U.S.? ## could they be percocet ten ## These are NOT percs/roxys. Theyre a b12 vitamin. NP is the manuf comp and 12the is the b12. ## No you're wrong. They are oxycodone 10 mg. generic. Manufactured by Nesher Pharmaceuticals ## Np11 orange(5mg), np12 pink(10mg), np13 yellow(15mg), np14 white(30mg) ## You're right. I just got this garbage and it seems to be abuse proof...WTF? Have they done this purposely to prevent abuse? I like to rail m... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Percocet.
Sat, Sep 27 '14, 7:18 PM   9  Subscribe to thread 238703


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