Oxy 30 Mg Timed Release Capsule Shaped Red

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sheila Says:


are they better, are they only orally taken



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Verwon Says:

There is no capsule shaped, red, time released Oxycodone on the U.S. market.

It is only available as the name brand and the 30mg tablet is a round, brown tablet, with either an OC, or an OP on one side and the number 30 on the other.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Oxycontin/­

What are the markings on the tablet you have?

And yes, all such tablets should only be taken orally.

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