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40mg yellow oxycodone with half moon and 330
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Would like to know who distributes a 40mg yellow oxycodone with half moon and 330? What company? ## Hi Rebecca - The "half moon" sounds a lot like either the old Actavis logo or the Alvogen logo. Unfortunately I can't find a version with 330 on it from their product listings. Actavis does distribute a 40mg yellow oxycodone but with "OP 40" on it. But Alvogen's markings are a bit closer - They have an Oxycodone 10mg + Acetaminophen 325 mg pill (generic Percocet) which is round and yellow with the inscription 230 along with the Alvogen logo on them (NDC 47781-230). Does this possibly sound like what you might have? If you see a Google Image search for the Alvogen logo it could help to you verify that half moon. Please let me know if this helps at all. I might be ab... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Oxycodone.
Thu, Feb 11 '16, 4:11 PM
White Pill C On One Side 230 The Other
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I think its a c bit it looks like maybe a half moon it riund white and it has 230 on the other side ## Hi Pam, Based on the description provided, I've identified the pill to be Acetaminophen + Oxycodone hydrochloride (325 mg - 10 mg); which is used to treat moderate to severe acute (short-term) pain. NOTE: The half moon imprint does look like a "C", but in the description of the drug the manufacturer just denotes it to be a "logo" and nothing more. Learn More: Acetaminophen + Oxycodone Details I hope this helps! ## yes the 230 with the half moon or c like is oxycodone 10-325.its a sub. for percocet 10. just got it filled . ## Agree with you guys ! Just had my oxycodone 10/325 refilled with these. The only drawback is you cannot break one in half, if needed. It has to... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Sat, Feb 09 '13, 3:02 PM
new oxymorphone er 40mg
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I was on opana 40ers switched to generic, new pills have half moon on one side and 230 on the other, tan is this pill same as other , two hours after taking need breakthrough meds. ## Hello, Chad! How are you? Yes, they contain the same medication in a 40mg extended release formulation. There can sometimes be slight fluctuations from one generic to another, but they are very slight and it usually only takes a week or so for your body to adjust. This medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxymorphone.
Wed, Sep 24 '14, 4:15 PM


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