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watson 509
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light green and oblong in shape ## I WANT TO KNOW IF THIS WAS THE SAME AS 503 ## Watson 503 is a generic for the narcotic analgesic Lorcet, it contains Acetaminophen 650mgs and Hydrocodone 10mgs. Unfortunately, I cannot find any listing in the US prescription drug databases for a Watson 509. ## Have been using the Watson green 503 for severe back pain for a long time, with great results. It really relieved my back pain. The company has changed the formula and the 503 is now white in color. It is no more than taking a vitamin-can't tell that my back pain is relieved at all. Please go back to the old formula like the light green was. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Lorcet.
Sat, May 11 '13, 12:36 PM
green pill
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i need help understanding what this pill is i was told it was an oxycoton it is a capsule light green with no markings could someone tell me what t is please i have been looking for hours. ## i have to agree, That is not an oxycontin Under any circumstances you must find out what it is b4 you do antyhing with it good luck ## Kristan is correct. Prescription drugs in the U.S. must ALL have imprints on them to enable them to be identified according to manufacturer, drug, and the dosage. If you have a pill with no markings it would have to be an over the counter medication. ## watson 509 lorcets are light green t ## I got the same pill. Lime green capsule with white powder inside, said to be 15 mg oxycodone. Did you ever figure out what your pill was? Is this a new brand of oxy? Please hel... ...
Updated 3 years ago in OxyContin.
Mon, Mar 05 '12, 12:14 PM
 NDC 63739-509
Propafenone Hydrochloride 150 mg Oral Tablet by Mckesson Packaging Services a Business Unit of Mckesson Corporation ## Markings: Watson;582 ## Shape: Round ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 63739-509-10 ## Active Ingredients: Propafenone Hydrochloride

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