Pictures Of Oxycodone Cr 20 Mg

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dani Says:
pink peach round 20 on one side and CR on the other

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dani Says:
oxycodone 20 mg OP

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Verwon Says:
There have been other posts mentioning a tablet with the CR 20 marking saying that they are supposed to be a time release formulation of Oxycodone, however, I cannot confirm this.

The only legal time released formulation of Oxycodone on the current U.S. market is Oxycontin and the 20mg tablet of the new formulation has the marking OP 20 and the original had the marking OC 20, they should be round and light pink in color.


This is a potent narcotic and may cause side effects, such as: nausea, dizziness, drowsiness and dry mouth.

Is anyone familiar with the tablets that have the CR marking?

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cece Says:
I had a script in July that said oxycodone 20 mg. kvktec on the label ..small grayish pill..don't remember what was on the pill( they worked ..1st script cont. release} this month went back for 2nd script and got ..same label but pill was small gray scored on one side with k 57 stamped on that side other side blank..this pill is not continuous doc wrote script for oxycontin 20 mg extended release..the 1st one worked great..the others not so good and the purdue oxycontin..makes me u have any idea what the tiny gray 1st ones were?? they were not scored and my doc wants me to have them but we can not figure out what they are..Please help if u have any idea what i am talking about..thanks so much CeCe

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Sa Says:
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The only ones i know of that sounds similar to what you are describing is the NP 14s. They are also oxycodone 20 mgs.. Hopefully this will help you.

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