White Pill 446 Ht3 - Oxycodone 30mg

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Little white pill on the front the numbers are 446 on the back is HT3



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Verwon Says:

Well, your identification is correct, but you are looking at the front of the pill upside down. LOL!

The is actually supposed to be an ETH, for the pharmaceutical company Ethex, not an HT3, though it is a common mistake.

Anyway, yes, this is Oxycodone 30mgs, a generic for Roxicodone.

This is a regular release tablet or the narcotic analgesic.

This is a very addictive medication and should never be taken unless approved by your doctor and you are under their continuing supervision.

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champ151 Says:

I have resently been prescribed 30mg oxycodone. they are little blue pills with a 30 on one side and a inscribed M on the other are these the same as the other blue one's?

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Jay Says:

Yes, that is a 30mg.Oxycodone imm. release tablet. The M on th back just identifies the manufacturer, "Mallinckrodt"

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pjdc Says:

I have a white oval pill, it is scored, blank on one side with 30 on the other, anyone know what this is, can not find on the pill identifier

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ARABMONEY Says:

YES M 30 IS THE SAME AS THE OTHER BLUE PILL

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Daniel Allison Says:

I wanted to find a doctor who will prescribe the 30 mg. Oxycodone, Soma 350 muscle spasm, an anxiety drug to relieve the constant pressure I feel in between my bones. Everyday is another day where I wish I I had a 30 mg to awaken too. Soma is the best muscle
relaxer made for my muscle stiffness. Sometimes that alone is another way to avoid the 30 mg. Oxycodone. Please someone help me get back to work in.

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meme Says:
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I have a 30 milagram blue perk I am wanting to know if it's safe to half it I'm worried 30 milagrams will b to much.

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Minoguesque Says:

There is no such thing as Percocet 30mg. Blue are 5mg with 300mg acetaminophen, and to be honest you should not be taking these as they are exceedingly toxic. If you need oxycodone for analgesia then use PUREboxycodone hydrochloride tablets. There is absolutely no clinical need for adding acetaminophen, it is just a money making con trick by pharmaceutical companies. Should in fact be removed from the market. Acetaminophen kills more people than all other drugs put together.
There is no reason at all from ANY perspective for combining the two in one tablet.

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saragun Says:

these are the same ones I get from cvs they are generics not fakes

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