Light Orange Round Pill 672 Imprint On One Side Blank On The Other

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TIM Says:


I FOUND THESE PILLS IN MY SON'S ROOM UNDER HIS MATRESS AND I WANNA KNOW WHAT THEY ARE


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Jenna Says:

Hi Tim,

The closest match I can find based on the description is Spironolactone (50 mg). It is a white oval pill with the imprint R672.

Spironolactone is used primarily to treat heart failure, ascites in patients with liver disease, low-renin hypertension, hypokalemia and Conn's syndrome.

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Spironolactone Details

I hope this helps!

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TIM Says:

Thanks jenna i appreciate your help.


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Karen Says:

The pill you found is not 672, it is G72, and it is oxymorphone - the generic brand. I hope you were able to find out that your son is taking narcotics.

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Kim Says:
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No it is 672 and yes they are oxymorphone 10 mg extended release it is used to treat pain and classified as a narcotic. Schedule II controlled substance

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Kim Says:
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I'm sorry it is G72 but everything else I posted is correct...Oxymorphone Hydrochloride 10 mg extended release

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Babygurl Says:
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It is oxymorphine known as opana 10 mg it's a g g72 mixer of oxycodone and morphine

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Chloe Says:
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It’s not a mix of oxycodone and morphine. It’s a completely separate drug called OXYMORPHONE not oxymorphine. It’s 10x stronger than morphine.

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