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Green Pill Watson 395

Can someone please inform me, what is this pill is compared to? percocet? vicodin? does it provide pain relief or is it worthless? it's green, it says Watson 395 50 0.5. i want to know what it does and if its an opiate? does it have hydrocodone in it or oxycodone and does it provide the same pain relief as other opiates? ## This tablet contains 50mgs of Pentazocine and 0.5mgs of Naloxone, it is comparable to Talwin-NX. The Pentazocine is a narcotic, but it is couple with the Naloxone to prevent abuse of the medication. If someone tries to abuse the tablets, the Naloxone will basically neutralize the narcotic and prevent them from being able to use recreationally. And as to whether or not it makes you feel the same way as the others, I really can't answer that. All medications ca...

injection in stomach for pain

stomact pain in very hadly and im using fortwin injection for my mother i want relief from fortwin injection please help me..........very fast ## My wife suffering from stomach pain which inj i recommend for relief ## Guarav, what symptoms is your mother having an issue with? Fortwin contains Pentazocine, which is commonly used to alleviate pain, though the NIH warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects such as dizziness, headache, constipation, dry mouth, and nausea. Rajesh, she should use what her doctor recommends. What is causing her stomach pain? Is she on any other medications?

pentazocine 25 650

are they like hydrocodine ## Hi cole, Pentazocine isn't exactly like Hydrocodone because it is a different medication with a different formula. However, it's a narcotic like Hydrocodone. Specifically, pentazocine is a synthetically prepared prototypical mixed agonist–antagonist narcotic (opioid analgesic) drug of the benzomorphan class of opioids used to treat moderate to moderately severe pain. Pentazocine is sold under several brand names, such as Fortral, Talwin NX (with the µ-antagonist naloxone, will cause withdrawal in opioid dependent persons on injection), Talwin, Talwin PX (without naloxone), Fortwin (Lactate injectable form) and Talacen (with acetaminophen). Administration: Pentazocine is administered by subcutaneous (rarely), intramuscular, and intravenous ...


I'm not sure what this pill is its small round peach in color one side says W. The other side says T -21 THE W HOWEVER MAY BE AN M! CAN'T FIND IT IN ANY DATABASE CAN SOMEONE HELP ME? ## Is the W a stylized one that's in a box? If so, this tablet is from Canada and it contains 50mgs of Pentazocine, which is a narcotic analgesic. Learn more Pentazocine details here.


## would like to know any research at all on pentazocine ## Pentazocine is not for everybody. Personally, I love Pentazocine, that is pure Pentazocine HCI, as manufactured in Canada as "Talwin-P" 50 mg, by Sanofi, also mfg in Italy,as Talwin pure, other countries offering pure pentazocine tablets, Spain as "Sosegon" 25 mg, Pakistan as "Sosegon", Austria/Netherlands/Germany/Cz Republic/as "Fortral", Thailand as "Pangon", Belgium as "Fortal" & United Kingdom as "Fortral" It was re-classified under a tighter controlled substance schedule in the EU, and, has fallen in disfavor unfortunately, since that 2003 conference in Austria. Only Krka and Sanofi are the major manufacturers left, of this once top 200 selling pharmaceutical in t...

tauin pentazocine

watson 395 50-05 ## Yes, this is a Talwin NX tablet, it contains 50mgs of Pentazocine, with 0.5mgs of Naloxone. It is an opiate, used to treat pain and prevent the abuse or use of other opiates, while being treated with it. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and dry mouth. Read more: Do you have any questions?


oval yellow pill with an m in a square ## The pill which you are describing actually has a "W" surrounded by a box on one side, and "T51" on the other. Each tablet contains pentazocine hydrochloride equivalent to 50 mg base and naloxone hydrochloride equivalent to 0.5 mg base. The brand name is TALWIN Nx, and it acts as a potent pain killer.

imprint code light green small with 305 imprinted on one side

small light green, oval in shape. with watson imprinted on one side, scored on other side, with 395 on half and 50 with 0.5 under that. ## Found an exact match it's Pentazocine 50 mg, which is used to treat mild to moderately severe pain. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do.


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