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what is r 333 white pill
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i was perscribed a medication called percoet 10mg but the pill looks nothing like they should i just wanna make sure its what the bottle says an not something to kill me supposed to be a generic form ## Hey, did u ever find out?? ## Can you please double check the markings? Is it actually A 333? If so, then yes, this is a generic for Percocet that is manufactured by Actavis, it contains 10mgs of Oxycodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen. 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. ## Its R333 I have the same pills... Its supposed to be perc 10 ## Oval white pill one side blank other carved letter r 333 ## The medication I got says, r333 not a333, wat is this medicine,... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Percocet.
Fri, Nov 14 '14, 3:35 AM
what is r 333 white oblong pill
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This is supposed to be Percocet??? Very concerned. ## Apparently someone else who was looking for this same exact pill on another thread, said it was supposed to be a Percocet 10/325mg tablet. However, I understand that the imprint has an R and not an A. It's just the only relative match that I found is "A333" on a white oblong (capsule-shaped) tablet. Makes me wonder if the manufacture simply made a mistake on a good batch of their pills? You could try calling the U.S. Customer Relations for Actavis at +1 (800) 272-5525. Maybe they can confirm whether or not it's truly one of their own. I hope this helps! Does anyone else recognize this pill? ## The "R" looks like an "A" after the 333. It is a Percocet. ...
Updated 4 months ago in Percocet.
Mon, Jul 28 '14, 1:50 PM
white oblong pill a333 on it is this oxycodone!
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This pill has a 333 on it and is oblong and white has nothing on the other side of the first time ## Hi Eli, The oblong (capsule-shaped) white pill you're describing marked "A333" is in fact identified as Oxycodone (10mg) + Acetaminophen (325mg); which is used to treat moderate to severe pain. For verification, this particular tablet is manufactured by Actavis, and has a National Drug Code of 00228-2983-11. You can also learn more about this drug on the page for Acetaminophen + Oxycodone Details I hope this helps and wish you a merry christmas! ## White Pill with A333 Oblong that is generic for percocet I think needs to be looked into more closely. I don't feel it is right that they can just change medicine and people have no choice but to get it cause their insurance wi... ...
Updated 23 hours ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, Dec 17 '14, 10:37 AM
a 333 white oval pill
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I have a pill marked A 333 and blank on the other side, cannot find what it is on any website. Can someone help me figure out what pill this is??! ## Hello, Barb! How are you? I'm sorry, but I haven't been able to find a listing for this, either. I'm wonder if it is possibly an over the counter product, or maybe a foreign medication? Where was it found? Knowing the general location may help to narrow it down. I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. ## If it's an oblong white pill it's Percocet 10/325. Or just a generic form of Percocet actually 10mg oxycodone with 325mg apap ## yes the pill with a333 on it is ooxycodone 10 mg hcl with 325 Tylenol yes your reply was very helpful to me I have found three different answers the same so i bel... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Percocet.
Fri, Apr 11 '14, 11:32 AM
a-333 oxycodone pill is a fake
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my wife has a bad heart, and pain effects her heart. these actavis percocet must be nothing but phony material. they dont even touch her pain like watson pills did. this company should not be able to cheat the public like this. peoples heath is at stake. they need to be shut down. why are these companies allowed to sell products that don't even work. people pay to get their pain taken care of. does cvs not care either, they are accepting these. ## there are others complaining about actavis on this website. look around a little ## Hello, Stan! How is your wife doing? I'm very sorry that this medication isn't working for her. The best suggestion I can make is that she speak to her doctor about prescribing something else. From what I have read in various posts, many people are ... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, Oct 20 '14, 5:21 PM
small white oblong pill a 333
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can't find this ....... anyone?? ## Hello, Mike! How are you? Is the marking A333 or just 333? I'm also having difficulty finding it and that may help me to narrow down where to look. ## I called CVS and was told that the pill is oxycodone 10/325. I could not locate anything on the internet, but my pharmacist assured me that it is a narcotic. There is a round pill with the same numbers printed on the pill and that is a different non narcotic med. The oblong white pill with A 333 is in fact oxycodone. ## A 333 ## I have a new pill supposed to be oxycodone 10 mg, but it's different name than what I did have. Pharmacist assures me it's right. The number on it is A333. Is this truly what it's suppose to be? ...
Updated 5 months ago.
Mon, Jun 30 '14, 2:54 AM
white oblong pill a 333
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Yes just had a tooth pulled and the doctor told my husband that he gave me percets 10/325 got them filled its going on day two still hurting I have taken percets before these the drug store filled don't look like what I have taken before and are not helping with the pain what's going on these ate oblong white imprinted A 333 on one side nothing on the other side help me find out what's going on. Thanks ## Hello, Sorry to hear about your situation. Apparently a great deal of other people have been complaining about the lack of effects from these A333 tablets. They seem to be a newer version that recently came out, but because it's a "generic" the percentage of active ingredients are allowed to vary by as much as 25%... enough to cause problems for most people that... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Pain Relief.
Thu, Feb 27 '14, 10:08 PM
r333
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My pill I received had a logo that said R333 ive look it up on the internet and its saying a 333 why is that I need to no ## Hello, Red! How are you? Are you certain that it has an R 333 on it and not a stylized A? There have been many people that thought it was an R. Can you please double check and post back? Thanks! ...
Updated 7 months ago.
Fri, Apr 18 '14, 1:16 PM
I Am Trying To Find Out What Kind Off Pill Have
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the pill is round and blue and on one side it has GG 929 ORSOMETHING IT WAS IN WITH MY BOTTEL OF WELLBUTRIN? ## Hi Joe, The pill you're describing is actually identified as Bupropion hydrochloride (75 mg); a generic for Wellbutrin. Manufacturer: Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Inc. National Drug Code (NDC): 00781-1053 Learn More: Bupropion Details I hope this helps! ## the pill has G3721 light blue long looks like a fut ball ## My mom doesn't know which medicine is which and she lost her bottle, the pill she has is a long round white with A 333 on one side blank on the other ...
Updated 7 months ago in Wellbutrin.
Fri, Apr 18 '14, 4:01 AM
White Oblong Pill Pc F
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White oval tablet. Has PC imprinted on one half and F imprinted on the other (either side of the line to split it in half). If you turn it over it has a symbol that looks sort of like the letter a in cursive writing. Can anyone identify this pill? ## Hi Kelly, The closest match I've found is Pce dispertab (erythromycinan) 333 mg. It is used in the treatment of dental abscess, strep throat, chlamydia infection, skin infection, pharyngitis, etc.. and belongs to the drug class macrolides. It is an oval white tablet with reddish pink specs. It has an "a" (like the one you described) on the front next to the letters PCE. Manufacturer: Abbott Laboratories National Drug Code (NDC): 00074-6290 To view an image of the pill I found click here. The "a" logo on this pill stands ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in PCE.
Sat, May 25 '13, 1:03 AM
bupropion hcl sr 200mg manufacturers
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Last month (Feb 2014) my pharmacy filled my prescription for bupropion hcl sr 200mg with product made by actavis. It was an oval yellow pill. I felt dramatically better, and was looking forward to continuing to use the same product. Now it is apparently no longer available because Activis was bought by Watson. My new prescription is a round white tablet with wpi 3335 written on it. Has anyone else had experience with this particular product? Has anyone found success with any other version of this product. It is very frustrating to have so much inconsistancy from one bottle of medication to the next. (Global Pharmaceuticals was so bad that I changed pharmacies to get a better product.) ## Have you tried talking to your pharmacist about the problem? They may be able to order in the one th... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Bupropion.
Wed, Mar 26 '14, 7:15 AM
Bupropion XL
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Round Pill (small) imprinted with WPI3332. Supposedly Bupropion XL 300mg but it seems much smaller than it should be. ## I just received a prescription of Bupropion XL, and it looks totally different that what I've received for the same medication and strength in the past (I use Aetna RX by mail). In the past it has been a capsule, and now it is a tablet with the same lettering you describe WPI 3332. Very unusual for there to be such a dramatic change and nothing by way of explanation. I called pharmacy and was told that the pharmacy had started using a different manufacturer for the generic and that more than one manufacturer often manufactures a generic drug once the patent runs out. WATSON LAB is the manufacturer of Bupropion WP! 3332. I think it's always good to question thi... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Bupropion.
Sun, Mar 27 '11, 11:17 AM



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