Percocet - Round, White Pill, No Markings, Line Going Down The Middle On One Side. (Thread 212041)

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Apart from the title description, they are slightly larger than your average pill I would say. They are obviously foreign, based on the fact that there is no sort of number or imprint on them. On the bottle I was given them in, the ID# is 200658, but I'm not able to find anything with the searches I've done. Anyone have any idea on the dosage of them?



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Verwon Says:

I can't find anything listed under that number, either, which is understandable, because most of those are internal control numbers that are unique to the pharmacy, doctor or whatever they were dispensed from.

Without any markings or an NDC number, I am afraid it is going to be very difficult to discover their dosage.

They have, however, been asked about before and that person also identified them as Percocet, they just could not remember the dosage, either.

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

Does anyone else have an idea as to the dosage of these?

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Jazmyn Says:

Sounds to me like they may be possibly placebos. IDK for sure that is just a guess on my part. My question would be why would you risk taking something when you have no idea what is actually in the pill? I would advise you to be very careful of any "meds" purchased from overseas.

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Mbj Says:
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Ok so white round 44 104 is TYLENOL? Lol got sure????

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Mbj Says:
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44 104 is TYLENOL for sure?? Lol had to ask this since they are still in circulation as a perc 10

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