T 194 Yellow Pill

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Wonder 711 Says:
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I have a T 194 yellow pill that says it's a percocet 10mg, but when taking it, it made me feel super weird and my chest hurt. Is this a possible side effect?

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David Says:
 
An oblong yellow pill marked with T 194 on one side and blank on the other, is reportedly identified as a 10/325mg generic Percocet.

For verification, the manufacturer is listed as Camber Pharmaceuticals and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 31722-0194.

Concerning the possible side effects of Oxycodone, medlineplus.gov does list "chest pain" as a potentially serious side effect that you should inform your doctor about immediately.

Source: medlineplus.gov/druginfo/meds/a682132

I hope you feel better soon!

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Amber Says:
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Hi, have you taken Percocet regularly prior to this? I was just prescribed this brand, I had a different one before

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Mark Says:
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David (# 1) --
Hey David where did u receive the T194 yellow pill from which pharmacy

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Amber Says:
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Mark (# 3) --

Hi Mark, I got mine from Walgreens, this was my 1st time with this brand and no chest pain for me

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Scooter Says:
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Amber (# 2) --

Yes I take oxycodone10/325 for a few yrs.I normally was given the white oblong pill,it's a generic form for percocet.I was taking it with very little side effects.But now I had picked up a new prescription of them,but the pill cover coated yellow oblong this time.it makes me itch like crazy.Anyone kno why??

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FibroFighter2 Says:
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Scooter (# 5) --

Me too! My pharmacy keeps changing manf. I do not like this brand/manf. They've never made me itch before, plus it doesn't seem as effective. Perhaps this is a side effect. I'm going to see if pharmacy can get other again.

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LaLa Says:
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I too received Camber Oxycodone acetaminophen 10/325 almost a week ago from Walgreens, I have been sick ever since. I have so many side effects from nausea to rapid heartbeat, lightheadedness some chest pain. I’m not new to this medication or dose something is not right. I was curious if others are having any problems with this brand. I see I’m not alone and I’m sure once more pharmacies start distributing Camber’s generic Percocet we will be hearing from many more.

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Amber Says:
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LaLa (# 7) --

Yes!! Terrible nausea and a bad arrhythmia .. some chest pain .. it seems to have reopened my ulcers too, very rapidly

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painnnn Says:
 
I too, picked up the Cambers generic 10/325 percocet from Walgreens and don't care for it much at all. I feel as if I'm going through withdrawals faster and it just doesn't seem to work as well. It also makes me itch. Walgreens said that this is the brand they now carry. Does anyone know if Walgreens could order the old ones again?

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Mason Says:
 
This is crazy! It seems all these generic Percocet manufacturers (Camber, Rhodes, Amneal, Aurobindo) are ineffective and making people sick. It sounds like they're adding some type of "antabuse" or something to them.

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RED DRAGON Says:
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painnnn (# 9) --

Hello just picked up 120 from Walgreens talked to pharmacist and she said that this is the only genetic brand they are going to order from now on I did ask if she has heard of any complaints and since they only just started dispensing 2 weeks ago she has NOT heard of any I still have a few of whites left so I’ll start tomorrow with new ones and keep posting of any side affects P.S. I have been taking for 16 years so I’ll know if there are any I’ll affects

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painnnn Says:
 
RED DRAGON (# 11) --

yes! Please do. Thank you very much!

I still don't like them. I've been on them for 7 days now. I feel as if I go through withdawal with pain a lot sooner than I should. I am scripted 100 percocets 10/325 and 90 oxymorphone ER per month.

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RED DRAGON Says:
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Mark (# 3) --

Lemon grove on broadway and Massachusetts is where I filled my prescription for them. They will not carry any others but these now.

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joe Says:
 
The T-194 pill, This is a low dosage pill!, i dont like it at all, i like the R-333 better, is quicker and more effective., im going back to my doctor. it seems that this is a cheaper pill for Walgreen pharmacy.

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M1989 Says:
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Amber (# 8) --

With a bad hitch it sounds like you're allergic to the fillers in that pill the fillers would be new because the old oxy acetaphetamine combination could be a little bit more money for the pharmaceutical company to use this could be a cheaper filler that they're using with a new company who knows

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Z8816 Says:
 
joe (# 14) --

On 12/27 I picked up a new Walgreen's RX for 10/325s. It was filled with T194, not the A333 I have received for at least 4 years. After 3 days it is very obvious there is a major difference.

It changed earlier, back in mid 2012 when Watson bought Actavis. They dumbed it down to the less strong A333. I did not like that but it was what is was, less strong.........This T194 is so bad that I also have to wonder if there is an antibuse type ingredient that eliminates any possible feelings or energy. These T194's are less strong and are slow me downs.

Living in Florida it boils down to who will fill your prescription and that means Walgreens for me and all they carry now are the T194.

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Ronna Says:
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Amber (# 4) --

I take Percocet for severe back pain.. first time with these yellow pills.. they don’t seem to work?

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bubblewrap Says:
 
Mark (# 3) --

walgreens switched from actavis to camber ----- terrible/ no relief!!!!!

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anthony Says:
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I too filled my script at deal greens and this new pill comes with some really bad side effects. 1 is insomnia. I am still awake at 3 in the morning. 2 itch, it's driving me nuts and three they don't work at all. Wall greens just lost a customer. Of course they could give a poop less.

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FibroFighter2 Says:
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anthony (# 19) --

You sound like me Anthony and a few others regarding side effects & your opinions. I stopped using Walgreens over a decade ago, as had, and some ppl still do, problems with a few of my Rx and other reasons. However, the pharmacy I've used for many years has changed manufacturers on Percocets, at least three times, in the last year. This yellow pill, with T194, is the worst~! believe! I have taken generic percocets for a long time and know the difference. This manufacturer's pill makes me itch, which is driving me nuts, and I never had that problem with any previous Brands/Manfg. They also cause me more headaches and just are not as effective! :( I don't know what "fillers/inert" ingredients they use, but it needs a change!! Sadly, the pharmacy I use, as well as, many others can NOT order out certain brands/manufacturer anymore!! :\ The pharmaceutical industry is continuing to make more money selling and dispensing less effective medications! It's really a shame!

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