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r333 pill is it oxycodone
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They are most definitely a Percocet 10/325 ## No.. But there is a percocet that is A333 made by Actavis. ## @Phillies, The only pill I'm finding online that is marked "R333", happens to be a 40mg Pantoprazole sodium delayed release tablet, used to treat symptoms of GERD and esophagitis. You never mentioned the color or shape of the tablet either, which in this case is a round yellow pill. But if you say that it's Percocet, it sounds to me like the imprint was simply misinterpreted. Because as Darwinski stated, "A333" is a 10/325mg Percocet made by Actavis; and is a white capsule-shaped pill by description. So there you have it. This could be either one of the pills mentioned above, depending on what you would describe the pill to look like? I hope this helps! ...
Updated 2 months ago in Oxycodone.
Thu, Oct 16 '14, 2:20 PM
otc pills that have a333on them
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Pills that are close to oxycodne or look similar otc ## @Dakinm, Sorry to say this, but there are no OTC pills that resemble A333 oxycodone pills enough to pass for a substitute. This is mainly because no other tablet carries the same type of imprint; which is used to identify the substance, dosage, and manufacturer. I don't know what your reasoning is behind wanting to find something similar, but anyone who takes a moment of their time to look up the imprint wont be fooled by that approach. This may not be the kind of answer you're looking for, though, I believe honesty is the best policy. ...
Updated 1 month ago in Oxycodone.
Sat, Oct 25 '14, 11:21 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. ...
Updated 4 months ago in Percocet.
Sat, Aug 09 '14, 5:42 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 3 months ago in Oxycodone.
Thu, Aug 28 '14, 2:42 PM
8333 pill
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What is this pill ## Hello, Silk! How are you? Can you please double check the imprint and post back? I've not been able to find a listing for anything with 8333 on it. Is it possibly A333 on a white, capsule shaped tablet? If so, it contains 10mgs of Oxycodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, it's a generic for 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. ...
Updated 1 month ago in Oxycodone.
Thu, Nov 06 '14, 6:25 PM


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