Round White Pill With Gpi A5

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eddie Says:


Is that like a percocet - yes or no?



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Verwon Says:

No, the tablet with the GPI A5 marking only contains 500mgs of Acetaminophen, it is equivalent to an over the counter extra strength Tylenol.

NDC: 0536-3231
Labeler: Rugby Laboratories, Inc.
Size (mm): 12



Inactive Ingredients:
-Povidone
-Starch, Corn
-Sodium Starch Glycolate Type a Potato
-Stearic Acid
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Labeler: Major Pharmaceuticals
NDC: 0904-1983
Size (mm): 17.00



Inactive Ingredients:
-Hypromelloses
-Polyethylene Glycol
-Povidone
-Starch, Corn
-Sodium Starch Glycolate Type a Potato
-Stearic Acid
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Labeler: Rugby Laboratories, Inc.
NDC: 0536-3218
Size (mm): 17.00



Inactive Ingredients:
-Polyethylene Glycol
-Povidone
-Starch, Corn
-Sodium Starch Glycolate Type a Potato
-Stearic Acid

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lacey Says:
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Y would the bottle say oxycodone

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Prettyeyes Says:

ok so someone please tell me y a Round white pill that has GPI A5 on it is just 500 acetaminophen. but the bottle has Oxycodone on it and I also failed a drug panel for Percocets??? Can anyone explain this to me

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Richard Says:

I like to know if this pill will co e up as oxyin my pee

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Dee Haynes Says:
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Take two off them an tell how u feel.

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lovebug Says:
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Is this pill a Tylenol 3? It was given to me for my back pain and my knee, but I don't want to take it if it's not going to help. I'm just wanting to know what it is?

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Sophronia Says:
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How come when I buy 500mg Tylenol from the store it does not affect me, however, when I took a GPI A5 pill it appeared to work? Is it Tylenol #3?

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