Pill Imprint T192 - Oxycodone?

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Majec Says:
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I have alleged Oxycodone pills that I'd like to verify. When broken in half and wet, they turn blue, with darker blue spots. They have T192 on one side and a line in the center. Are they real?



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Verwon Says:

Yes, this tablet is manufactured by Camber Pharmaceuticals, and they list it as containing 5mgs of Oxycodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, it is a generic for Percocet.

The FDA warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, constipation, and headache.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Aj Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

What are the blue spots on the pill?

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Shan Says:
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T192 pill white with blue specks. Supposed to be 5mg oxycodone, but my usual dose is (2) 5mg. Can I take 2 of these? Are they immediate release? My pill has a line on the back but pill identification websites only show T192 and a blank back without a line. Also this pill turns blue when I take it. What's going on?

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Serena Says:
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Re: Shan (# 3)

Mine r the same never seen them before but looked up and seem ok

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Shan Says:
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Re: Serena (# 4)

Thank you Serena. I've never seen a pill turn blue when I take it or if it gets wet? Does that mean it's regular release?

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Laura Says:
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I was prescribed oxycodone 5mg with the stamping of T192 on the drug. I've noticed that this particular brand of Oxycodone does not kill the pain and it's almost like taking a placebo. What can you tell me about this brand of supposedly oxycodone?

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Comments Submitted Says:
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Re: Shan (# 3)

I have an oxycodone t192 5mg pill with a line on the back. Is this a real Percocet 5mg pill?

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Re: Shan (# 3)

The one's I've been seeing don't have a line on the back and they don't work that good either.

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Shan Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

Yes. Can you please tell me why the T192 pill turns blue and pasty like when wet or moist? I'm weary of the blue as I have never seen this. Thank you.

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Lorie Says:
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Yes I notice that this pill turns blue with spot!! Its not what I normally see far as the # t192, and a line on the back plus it's larger, am not sure about this, it doesn't take me out if pain, am still up back brother me, can I take this back to request the same pills I normally take? It's not working.

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Shan Says:
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Re: Lorie (# 10)

I called the pharmacy and was told they are the new or one of the new ones. I just don't know how I feel about them. I was worried about it turning blue when I took it so I put a couple drops of water on one pill and it ran blue and turned into a toothpaste like substance? (That one of course I had to toss but I am curious about meds these days).

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ThatGuyFromThatOnePlace Says:
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I just got these T192 Oxycodone pills. They’re from Camber Pharmaceuticals. I think they are new to the market. Upon research of this new generic Percocet, I’ve heard more negative than positive reviews. The main complaints being they’re not really effective in relieving pain compared to other generics. Another main complaint is it causes discomfort in the stomach and nausea. I just took one 10 mins ago, so I’ll be able to see how they really work. My previous brand of the 5/325 generic Percocet was made by Actavis and it worked decently. I was on those for 19 months until Walgreens just switched to the Camber brand a few weeks ago, probably to save money so they can profit more money, with no concern of the patient in mind. Only money matters when it comes to pharmacies and Big Pharma.

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Shan Says:
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Re: ThatGuyFromThatOnePlace (# 12)

I guess they were no better or worse for my pain in comparison to other brands. I did learn however, that drinking water only works best when taking these. They dissolve almost immediately and I drank a soda big mistake it was almost foamy.yuk....best wishes

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Candy Says:
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Re: Comments Submitted (# 7)

I'm confused, is the round white pill T192 with a line on the back a real percocet?

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Big Daddy Says:
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Re: Shan (# 11)

If everyone has not already figured it out these are perfectly good meds once again reconfigured to combat the abuse and overdosing epidemic. They are a very good quality of oxycodone. If they are taken correctly they will take the pain away.

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Henry Says:

I've also been prescribed the generic Percocets manufactured by, Camber Pharmacy. On December 29th. I've had major side effects too! I've been on and off pain meds since 1991. And, have never, never had any side effects! Especially, constipation. And, never, never experienced nausea! Currently, I've been on Percocets for the last 13 months. Around 9 pm on the 29th of December I felt really nauseous. Which led me to my toilet where I threw up for 2 minutes. I thought I caught a bug. By Wednesday, I went to an urgent care center and was treated for a stomach virus and prescribed Zafron for my nausea. The next day I realized I had t had a bowel movement in 5 DAYS! (I've taken Metamucil since my 20's and knew that it was out of the ordinary.) By Sunday I went back to the urgent care still nauseous and had not had a bowel movement in four days. This time I informed them that I noticed this script was weird. A bad taste in my mouth, like Predizone. And, the bill was blue with T 192 on one side. It took the nurse practitioner 5 minutes to find any information on the drug. And, she informed me about being new and manufactured by Camber Pharmacy. She recommended Mir-lax for the constipation. Or, Dulcalax. I took both. And, ended up taking 20 Dulalax over a 10 day period, which led me to the ER where I had a cat scan on my stomach. And, was diagnosed an infected stomach lining from so many Dulcalax. When I took this last script to Walgreens, I mentioned this to the technician and was told Walgreens prescribed that Percocet because of a NATIONWIDE shortage of the other generic Percocet. C'mon' MAN!!!!! When I went to my pain management doctor she had never heard of Camber. And, was also upset with, Walgreens. I have two questions and would love to bread some responses to my ORDEAL. I saw at Cambers website they listed ALCOHOL as an ingredient to this drug? Is that true? And, an antidepressant is also included in the ingredient. Is that true? Thanks.

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No to pain meds Says:
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Re: Henry (# 16)

The reason they have a blue die in them is so people that abuse them by insufflating them will dye their nose so basically everyone can tell they abuse them and I heard some people have had to go to ER to get it outta their noses.

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Jim Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

I have a t192 round white pill with blue specks and a score on the other side I was told camber Pharmaceuticals made it but they don't have a score on the other side is this true

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Patricia Says:
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T192 needs to be taken off the market!!! I have never had this pill before now from Walgreens. I have been deathly sick w nausea, dizziness, vomiting since last Saturday when I took the first pill. Camber Pharm says they come from India!!!! Never take these pills!!

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popcorn Says:

I have been taking oxycodone/acetamenophen 10/325 mg for 10 years. have been getting Actavis ones at Walgreens for years. They just changed to one from Camber. Did you know their company is out of India? I looked it up and their own web sites states that. It does a terrible job in curbing my pain AND gives me a headache and nausea. I suppose Walgreens is getting a better deal. I feel I have no recourse. Frustrated and scared I will have to live like this.


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