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diana penix Says:

I have a new medicine that is a white tablet with ETH and 446 is supposed to be 30 mg. oxycodone can you verify? I also have another oblong with squared off corners white tablet with M and57/71 which is supposed to be methadone.


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Verwon Says:

First, for the original poster, I would like to state that K10 IS NOT OXYCODONE

This is nothing more than a generic or store brand of Extra Strength Tylenol, containing Acetaminophen 500mgs.


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Verwon Says:

Now, ETH 445 is Oxycodone 30mgs, regular release, a generic for Roxicodone.

This is a narcotic pain reliever, thus highly addictive.

Some of the most common side effects include: drowsiness, nausea, constipation and dry mouth.

http:/­/­www.prescriptiondrug-info.com/­drug_information_online.asp?title=Oxycodone&page=1001490&ad=true

M5771 is 10mg Methadone.


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Shortie Says:

my friend took a pill with k9 on it and was told it was a generic roxycodone 30mg my question is - is it? u can email me to reply and it would be greatly appreciated thank u it's important

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abby Says:

yes it is a 30 milligram just a generic version

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