White Pill C On One Side 230 The Other

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Pam Says:
I think its a c bit it looks like maybe a half moon it riund white and it has 230 on the other side

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David Says:
Hi Pam,

Based on the description provided, I've identified the pill to be Acetaminophen + Oxycodone hydrochloride (325 mg - 10 mg); which is used to treat moderate to severe acute (short-term) pain.

NOTE: The half moon imprint does look like a "C", but in the description of the drug the manufacturer just denotes it to be a "logo" and nothing more.

Learn More: Acetaminophen + Oxycodone Details

I hope this helps!

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lindsay Says:
yes the 230 with the half moon or c like is oxycodone 10-325.its a sub. for percocet 10. just got it filled .

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Brit Says:
Agree with you guys ! Just had my oxycodone 10/325 refilled with these. The only drawback is you cannot break one in half, if needed. It has to be cut because it it a round pill form, not oblong. No difference in pain treatment as far as I can tell. Works just as well.

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Longterm lupus patient Says:
Just got mine filled and this is the first time I've gotten this particular style of pill....usually I get the oblong yellow ones or white round scored pills....these seem to "kick in" a little quicker to me.....

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jenn Says:
They work the same way as the Watson 10/ 325 and the oblong yellow ones....

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Tiffany Says:
The pill in question here is in fact oxycodone 10/325. It is light yellow in color which is so light that it almost looks white. It has the number 230 on one side and a Chinese "V" on the other side and is round in shape.

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