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Orange Round Pill With Np 11
Found a lot of these in my spare bedroom afternoon mate left and was wondering what they are there are also pink ones with NP 12 on it ... ## I haven't been able to find a listing for either one in the U.S. prescription drug databases that I searched. Learn more prescription drug details here. Is there a chance that they aren't from the U.S.? ## could they be percocet ten ## These are NOT percs/roxys. Theyre a b12 vitamin. NP is the manuf comp and 12the is the b12. ## No you're wrong. They are oxycodone 10 mg. generic. Manufactured by Nesher Pharmaceuticals ## Np11 orange(5mg), np12 pink(10mg), np13 yellow(15mg), np14 white(30mg) ## You're right. I just got this garbage and it seems to be abuse proof...WTF? Have they done this purposely to prevent abuse? I like to rail m... ...
Updated 3 days ago in Percocet.
Sat, Sep 27 '14, 7:18 PM   9  Subscribe to thread 238703
Zydus 30mg oxycodone pills
Very underdosed, I am in disbelief there is not a recall. I have to take twice the amount to sustain comfort compared to mallincroft brand. These tiny little pills are white with 15 on one side. Please anyone else having this problem post it or email me. ## I was speaking of the zydus brand of oxycodone 30 mg in previous post of them being underdosed and giving headaches and upsetting stomach. ## Hi, Tim! Sorry about the problem that you're having. What is the complete imprint on these tablets? I do want to let you know that it isn't just you, there have been several other posts complaining about the Zydus Oxycodone not being as effective as that from other manufacturers. Learn more Oxycodone details here. ## Imprint is a 15 on one side and NP on the other. I will run out I know... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, May 12 '14, 10:07 AM   5  Subscribe to thread 250304


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