10mg Percocet P224

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Jezabel Says:

is there a 10 mg white percocet number on it P224 out there

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David Says:


I actually haven't come across any pills in particular that fit the imprint you provided. Do you happen to have this pill in your possession? I was thinking perhaps one of the numbers got misinterpreted, because the closest match I can find is a large white oblong pill with P225 stamped on it.

The "P225" oblong white tablet is listed as Magnesium Salicylate (467.2 mg), an OTC analgesis for back pain relief.

Please post back if you think this sounds like a viable match.

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ELizS86 Says:

My Percocet is Generic 7.5/ 325 and is a white round pill with Watson 933 on it.

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RipoffHater Says:
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There is a 30mg perc with 224 on one side and a score/slit on other side. Light colored with mini blue specks in it . Trust me I've had them. Beware of fakes people are stamping pressing their own here in SW Ohio, mostly fake 10/325 and A333s.

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