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Oblong, white with red flecks, says WATSON on one side and 3202 on the other. I think it's hydrocodone/analgesic but unsure. ## Came in sealed Actavis bottle phentermine 37.5 along with Zul.-Nr. 6137124.01.00, Also RX-Pharm and a barcode that is imprinted PZN - 1334246. The pills are imprinted LL40 on one side, backside is scored. They are a greyish color with blue specks. They are oval and are a tablet. I am not completely sure of what I have and have googled and contacted Actavis, with no response yet. If anyone knows what these pills are please let me know. Thank you! ## any info on the LL40 pill? I have also recieved this and do not know what it is. ## It is fake! It is supposed to be phentermine, but it's not! Do not take it. Wherever you got it from call them or email them... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Hydrocodone.
Thu, Jan 09 '14, 5:53 PM   9  RSS feed for thread 188960
I want to look at a picture of Endo Percocet
We got a new Prescription for Percocet, from the VA. It is round, says Endo 612. is this Percocet? We would like to see a picture. ## What color is the pill? It will help me locate the right one. ## white ## what does a percocet 10 look like? the one I have is oblong. on one side it has a 10 and the other side has the numbers E797 ## I have had a systemic autoimmune disease since a child, 50 years later and my immune system is rock bottom, started new meds to help build it up but honestly i hurt somedays all over!! The watson generic percocet 10/325 made the world of difference, and i could take only half a tab on some days! Just filled my prescription with "BRAND" percocet, and it was by ENDO. It was Yellow oblong pill with percocet imprinted on it, but i am very sensitive to a... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Percocet.
Fri, Oct 17 '14, 5:44 AM   6  RSS feed for thread 189496


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