Generic Percocet. It Is A Round White Pill. Scored On One Side And On Same Side Has What Looks Like A V And On The Other Scored Side The Numbers 483

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pam Says:

I have a prescription for Percocet/5-325mg tab EN....I got a generic from the pharmacy that reads oxycodone/apap 5-325 M Tab. Is there any difference in these ??? Are they the same compound ( identical )?

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Verwon Says:

Did you mean a pill with the marking V 4839?

If so, then yes, it contains the same ingredients and dosage as the Percocet that you were prescribed, 5mgs of Oxycodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen.

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

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Shirley Says:

Does the ROUND WHITE TABLETS side 1 WATSON 932 have the same ingredients as STANDARD WHIT/YELLOW CAPSULE side 1 : LV 901 ?

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Verwon Says:

Shirley, no, they are not exactly the same.

The one with the marking WATSON 932 contains 10mgs of Oxycodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, the active ingredients in Percocet, a narcotic pain killer in a regular release formulation.

The capsule with the LV 901 contains 5mgs of instant release Oxycodone, the active ingredient in OxyIR, but it does not contain the Acetaminophen.

SInce they both contain Oxycodone, however, the side effects are similar and may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and constipation.

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Lynie Says:
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What is the yellow pill with A marked on one side and 230 on the other side. This was given to me instead of the brand-name Percocet. Is this the same as the brand?
The pills were chipped and very dusty in the bottle. Is that normal? They also give me stomach cramps and don't help with pain. Thank you in advance

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Bobby Says:

At first I thought it was my imagination or maybe because it was shaped like a Vicoden but my Percocets were changed from a round white 10/325. Generic Percocet to an oblong/oval shaped with the A333 from walgreens which seemed to be much less effective for my chronic pain breakthrough use but from reading post a FROM this site I am not alone and now I know it's not my imagination unless there is some sort of mass hysteria going on. Thanks for this informative forum. Any advice as my doctors listen to me as they know I would never do or abuse my medication as there is no cure. For my pain only medication for life.I have been using oxycodone for breakthrough pain for years, too many to post here and they still work as well as at the beginning of use but as soon as I was given these A333 Percocet there has been a problem controlling my break through pain. Advice please.

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mama86 Says:

I have a round white pill that reads P | F on one side and the other side 10, does anyone have any clue what it could be? My thinking is a generic oxy or generic percocet.

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Tracy Says:

The pill you were given is generic percocet and is made by Actavis, formerly Watson. The formula is not the same as Watsons formula and many people have the same complaints you do. These oxycodone pills are not helping pain, causing nausea, stomach cramps, headaches and the list goes on. You will have to request a different brand such as endocet from Endo pharms, Mallinkrodt, or Qualitest. These three companies have been successful in treating people's pain with percocets. (oxycodone), but everyone is different....what works for one person might not work for another. It's all hit & miss!

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gary Says:
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Does percocet have scored on one side rounds with the numbers on the other side 54 and 543

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MW Says:
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The A333 pills from walgreens, are awful! I noticed the exact same thing! I was having to take two,to help with pain, but then it upset my stomach too much!
Also, it gave me horrible side effects!
Thankfully, I was able to find a pharmacy that carries a brand that's been around for years and years!

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INeedHelp Says:
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I had the same problem with the oblong Percocet. They also made me itch like no tomorrow. I am lucky in that my pharmacy orders the round ones for me and keeps them on hand. Maybe you can talk to the pharmacist where they know you. I literally could not take the oblong ones plus the fact they do not work. It's worth a shot.
I also have a question. I take 30 mg ER OxyContin's twice daily with 4 Percocet 10's for breakthrough pain. How often can I take the Percocet? When I first started the OxyContin's, I went over a week and only took 1.5 Percocet's the entire time. The last week I have hurt horribly and taking the OxyContin's plus one Percocet does not last til my next dose. Can I take 2 Percocet's within about 4 hrs of each other with one dose of OxyContin? I am kind of scared to but I hurt and so far today it hasn't taken the pain away.

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jd jack Says:

The best percocet is made by Endo and is called Endocet which is really the brand name. High Quality...It is real stuff. the generic has the same formula as the old brand. Some pharmacies will order it for u. Market Street is one that I know of and is the only one in Dallas. It is very hard to find in Texas but if you have chronic pain and have to be on something the pharmacy will get it for u. The cost is slightly higher.

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