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a 333 white oval pill
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 3 months ago in Percocet.
Fri, Apr 11 '14, 11:32 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 257260
generic percocet 10 a333 white oblong PILL
Yes there is a big difference in the manufacturers of these pills. The white, round, WATSON 925s seem to work best as far as pain relief and "highness". The ovals are ok but not as good as watson...The peach or yellow pills are also less effective than the watsons. ## I just came across an article from this website,"Generics and Biosimilars" titled, "Actavis makes agreement for generic abuse-deterrent oxycodone", Posted 03/05/2013, that explains exactly why everyone is getting sick and feeling no pain relief. Please please please... complain to the FDA, to the company Actavis, which u can get on the internet and call Walgreens @800-walgreens...but tell walgreens not to send the info to ur local pharmacy.. cause they will...tell them u want ur complaint to go to t... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Percocet.
Wed, Mar 26 '14, 2:48 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 260903
white oblong pill A333 not as effective as other generics
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 1 month ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, Jun 04 '14, 8:04 PM   8  Subscribe to thread 260945
what is r 333 white pill
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 4 months ago in Percocet.
Fri, Mar 07 '14, 7:26 PM   5  Subscribe to thread 260551
what does pill a333 look like
What over the counter med looks like the white oblong/oval Perococet 10mg? I think someone took my meds and replaced them with something else. Who ever did it scratched out the numbers on the med that is in the bottle now. Please help. I need to figure out what it is. ## Hello, Brit! How are you? There are quite a few available of the counter that resemble it, so I can't name any specific one. Who has access to your medication to do such a thing? ...
Updated 5 months ago.
Mon, Jan 27 '14, 3:47 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 259036
concerned dad
I found my son with some of these pills(A333, white, oblong or oval shape) with a pile of white powder which i assume is the pills broken down to insufflate, im not sure what pill it is, im honestly nervous for him, any help identifying the pill, and what are the overdose and/or how addictive is it? ## the pill you are asking about is oxycodone 10mg + acetaminophen 325mg basically a pain killer and as to you finding it as a powder, yes he is prolly abusing it. ## This tablet contains 10mgs of Oxycodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, it is a generic for Percocet, a narcotic analgesic, which means that yes, it can be very habit forming/addictive. An overdose could result in lowered blood pressure, lowered heart rate, loss of consciousness, shallow breathing and possibly death. If you aren... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Oxycodone.
Thu, Jan 23 '14, 6:42 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 258760
Picture Of Percocet 10 650
Pictures of the different types of Endocets or Percocets. ## Since there are generics on the market, as well as the name brands, there are far too many for me to possibly post images or details for all of them. However, some examples of the markings, with their descriptions in that dosage are: Oval, white, with marking IP206 Oval, white, with marking 108 And there are several others, as well, so this isn't a comprehensive list. Do either of these match the pills you are questioning? ## I have a pill I was told was percocet 10 its white oblong with A333 on one side and nothing on the other is this true?? ...
Updated 2 months ago in Percocet.
Thu, May 01 '14, 9:41 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 219978


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