10 Mg Oxycodone Pink Pill

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Gary strups Says:

10 mg oxycodone instant release is a small pink round pill with 93 on one side and 7153 on the other other name is roxy 10 mg or roxycodone

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Verwon Says:

Actually, a tablet with the 93 marking on one side and 7153 on the other contains 10mgs of Simvastatin, which is used to help lower cholesterol.

Learn more Simvastatin details here.

Side effects may include nausea, dizziness and joint/muscle aches.

Additionally, there is no 10mg instant release Oxycodone, the instant release is a generic for OxyIR and is only available as a 5mg tablet.

Roxicodone is a regular release formulation, which will take 15 to 20 minutes to start working, just like any other normal release medication.

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Dr Edwards Says:

Roxycodone 10 mg is a small pink/ peach colored round pill with 93 on one side and 7153 on other oxycodone 10mg

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Dr Casey Ryan md Says:
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A. Form of Xanex that are instant release are a pink capsule with 323 on one side and 25 on the other these are not time released and only prescribed for extreme anxiety disorder

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bob Says:

why does it say that the roxy 10mg have the same markings as the simvastitan?

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GregM Says:

Oxycodone hydrochloride tablets are designed to provide immediate release of oxycodone.
Oxycodone Hydrochloride Tablets, USP
5 mg, 10 mg, 15 mg, 20 mg and 30 mg
for those misinformed souls

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Historic Says:
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I need a picture of 8-10mg oxycodones in your hand

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Dawn Says:
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Hi pple can someone please help me I've been taking Oxycodone10s pink small tablets they have helped me out for 3ths I get 120 a month I now know that they r nooooo longer helping me I'm a domestic violence survivor n I was beaten veryyyyy muchhhhhh n Stabbed n just got beat up again on March 1st 2016 by I rather not say I feel my doctor is not believing me but he says he has to go by my weight I'm 122 pds b4 I was stabbed I was 162 pds I have been in pain that at times I have to take more than 4 tabletS as prescribed by my Dr I just don't know what to do anymore it's beginning to really urk me can u help me PLEASEEEEEE? ? Thankyou veryyyyy muchhhhhh. AMEN I'm alive tho n my abuser the Law hasn't found him yet he has attempted murder charge on him I just wanted to let you all know pple someone pleaseeeeee HELP ME Ohhh yeahhhh one more question do these Oxycodone10s pink small tablets have oxycotin in them my Oxycodone10s pink small tablets r with hcl n may I ask what is hcl and do my Oxycodone10s pink small tablets have a Original name instead of Oxycodone10s pleaseeeeee let me if possible tonight pleaseeeeee. . Thankfully once again for your time. ...

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Jayjay Says:
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They do indeed make 10mg IR oxycodone there pink with K 56 on one side and blank on the other. They have no Tylenol

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Ksk1452 Says:
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Finally someone provides valid useful information in simple terms THAT EVERYONE CAN UNDERSTAND.
Many Thank's for the 411.

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