4829v Perocet

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CJ Says:
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what kind of percocets are these

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Patricia Says:

Hello. I have a pill with the # 4829 on one side and v on the other,shape I guess would be oblong and a light yellow in color,what is it please.?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, CJ and Patricia! How are you both?

This tablet is listed in the prescription drug databases as containing 10mgs of Oxycodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, it is a generic for Percocet.

The FDA lists this as being 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.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Lee Says:
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I seen these why are some light yellow and then others a orangish yellow? I'm pretty confused

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kitty Says:
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The pale yellow oblong tablets with what looks like a "V" on one side and 4829 on the other, are FAKES. The true tablets are darker and orangish in color. I've had some of these u mentioned & my rummy hurt badly & I felt nothing. Something weird is in them to keep withdrawals from happening, but its not oxycodone. The weird feeling from them lasts about 1 hour. They dissolve very quickly like paste and are bitter. Some of them have upside down numbers. Meaning, the "V" on one side will be facing up, yet the numbers on the other side will be facing down instead of upwards like the V. I believe Qualitest makes the real ones that are orangish/dark yellow. But the pale yellow ones are def duds. Beware. Pass it along.

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Percy Says:
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Yo kitty
I have a bunch of the white yellowish ones. Where did you learn they are fake? I took a few and feel a little droopy, but feels much weaker than other percs and deff did not last as long it should. Stomach is okay tho

The V and 4829 and facing same side up. I would appreciate your help in how you know they are fake before I continue taking these..

Please let me know

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