What Does A Generic 10mg Percocet Look Like

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nikki Says:


i know what the yellow ones look like but do they have some that are round with no markings on either side and are white,is this a percocet?



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Verwon Says:

If there are no markings, then it is not a legal U.S. prescription tablet, of any type.

Under federal law, they are all required to have markings to enable their identification, in case of emergency.

If this one has no markings, there are 2 possible options of what it could be. The first and most likely is that it is some type of over the counter product, because they are not required to have imprints and there are many that meet this description.

The second is that it could be a foreign medication, since they are not regulated as strictly as those approved in the U.S. and Canada.

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

Where was it found/obtained?

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paule Says:
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Is there any that's small yellow and round with the letter L on one side?

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Lisa Says:

Yes. There they are just a generic. Have had them before. Not a very good generic, oblong yellow ones (Endocet) are much better. And yes I did fill it at a us pharmacy.

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Mel Says:

Is a Percocet 10 with the l0 a real pill?

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William Says:
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I have the white pill with just a line on oneside

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William Says:
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I just wanted to see all white pill.

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sara Says:
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It's supposed to be a 10mg morphine the number on it is 46

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Shayna Says:
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Is this generic Percocet? 10 mg. my hospital filled it and I've never seen anything like it.
It's an oblong peach pill markings E | 11

Nothing on back.

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