Oxycodone 30mg Blue A 215

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dc Says:
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The counterfeit a215s are a darker blue and look just a little larger...I have seen real 20mg percs and they were a grey color and I filled a prescription for some 15s from giant pharmacy and they were peach colored.

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jbone Says:
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User reports suggest that there is a bad ex or speed-like chemical in these pills. Many many ER visits and even a few deaths from these counterfeit pills. The more information out there the more lives we can save, junkie or not.

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I so freaking wish I could see a picture of the LIL dark blue ones with A215 cuz it did burn like a B****. My heart, kidneys, and lungs are already bad. I am only 28 years old.. So what r the symptoms I SHOULD BE WAITING ON FA REAL?

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Tucknroll41 Says:
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People that are legitimate and in need of their pain medication doctors write the prescription but pharmacy won't fill it ever since 2011 with the database being changed. You shouldn't be so quick to judge people especially when the doctor writes the medication and the pharmacy won't fill it. Or they will only give you 3 instead of the written for a day which creates problems as at Best they last four hours maybe up to 6. Review the question next time and answer it instead of giving your damn opinion on what people should or shouldn't do.

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Missy Says:
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I took an A215 yesterday and was sick as f***. It had me feeling so weird. It was a brighter blue. A215 are normally light blue.

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Bikemike Says:
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I took a 30mg oxycodone that had an E8 on it. Is it a good brand or not?

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Kimmer Says:
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I have severe chronic back and neck pain and take 30 mg oxycodone. Somebody gave me 3 of the blue A 215 although they seemed darker blue and I noticed a few dark blue specs on the back of them. I am terrified they could be fakes and of course I am not ready to die yet so I am not going to take them after reading about all of the current dangers of street fakes that a**hole people are making themselves with a pill press that I also found are very obtainable and sold legally at smoke shops and other stores. I am shocked that this country makes it so simple for a**holes to purchase this pill maker legally so the a**holes can make deadly pills and could murder many people that buy pills on the streets. Thankfully I do not have to do that but I know there are so many people that do and because it is so difficult these days to have a pain management doctor to actually manage your pain and just prescribe what the DEA tells them how many and with what not managing pain anymore, the DEA has doctors so scared to even treat chronic pain on an individual basis that everyone pretty much gets the same thing and that sucks, but now people have to worry about the scamming a**holes out there too!!! Has anybody seen the pills that I got? Thanks.

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Bergeeta Says:
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No, the E8's are NOT counterfeit. I just started receiving these from my pharmacy and they are definitely oxycodone 30mg!

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Wildside Says:
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Re: KTOWN (# 2)

If you want to know if it is effective, take a little tiny piece and put water to it if it turns dark blue or feels slick like soap it is bunk. When water is added it turns dark blue.

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Slee Says:

Bikemike (# 6) --

No they don't have to be. I was getting them from the pharmacy for a while, but there has been counterfeits made of them no doubt

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Nancy Says:
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Re: Kimmer (# 6)

Hi yes I have seen those too. I took them and I thank god I didn’t die. I got very sick and had a bad headache and threw up. It looked exactly like how u described it. I was fooled. Never again!

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