60 Mg Percocet What Do They Look Like

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want to idntify pill
blue round
imprint on one side reads from R to L 48 l 12
the other side has a large V with wings coming off the top of the v
in an outward not inward fashion

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Verwon Says:

Well, first of all, there is no 60mg Percocet tablet, Percocet contains the active ingredients Oxycodone and Acetaminophen and the Oxycodone in those tablets is only available in a maximum of 10mgs.

The tablet you have with the 4812 V imprint contains 30mgs of immediate release Oxycodone, the active ingredient in OxyIR, this is a narcotic pain reliever.

Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth.

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jj Says:

bld itue round V 20 with a cloud aroun

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Curiouswtfwant2nochickiemommah Says:
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Someone tried to give a round maroon pill that had a 60 on it my understanding is there is no such thing however he was pretty clear n how ungentlemen he was lol any1 have any input on wtf the pill might of been???

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Laloca Says:
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There is a perk 60s I have them right here . Lol . Yeah they do . N they have 80s . N 40s .

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Albert Says:
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Re: Laloca (# 4)

Are you sure its a 60mg Percocet,? Becouse percs and Oxycottin ARE the same meds. The only defrents is, Oxys are time release, and Percs are instant release

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Re: Curiouswtfwant2nochickiemommah (# 3)

What you were given is a 60mg OxyContin. The time released version of oxycodone. That is the correct description of a legitimate oxycontin, the other side of the pill should have said “op”.

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Jason Says:
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Re: Laloca (# 4)

They don’t make percocets any higher than 10mg. Percocet is the brand name for pills containing oxycodone and acetaminophen. The pills you are referring to that come in 40,60,80 that you described are OxyContin and are the extended release version of oxycodone.

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