White Round Pill Rp 10 325 - Percocet?

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Ricky Says:
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White round with RP 10 325 imprinted on it - Is this a percocet?

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David Says:


I've seen a white round pill with R P 30 listed as Oxycodone 30mgs. However the "10/325" (if it is confirmed to be part of the imprint on your pill) would generally signify the presence of Acetaminophen along with 10mgs of either Hydrocodone or Oxycodone; but this remains to be verified.

Now the RP imprint I know stands for "Rhodes Pharmaceuticals", so one thing you could do is contact them directly for more specific details on the tablet description/identity. Their main phone number is listed as (401) 262-9200; or you can also try reaching customer service at 888-827-0616.

I hope this helps!

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worm Says:
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I have round white pill with RP 10 on it. Is this the same thing?

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Zachs sister Says:

Yes it is oxycodone 10/325. Not brand name Percocet, but made by Rhodes.

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Vicki Says:
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Round white pill 5at the to top and 325 under the 5. Other side has r p.

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Jim K Says:
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This is to me, the weakest generic ive ever gotten. I know they say they're all the same but seriously, im struggling with this brand

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shorty Says:
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Hi. I had to switch pharmacies and before I was getting a longer white pill that you could break in half if you wanted to. Now I just picked up my script and it's a white round pill that says 10 325 on one side and RP on the other side... Are these all the same strengths and do they have the same effectiveness? Or are they less effective?

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TB Says:

Good for you,that is the ticket to a life of addiction.

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Irish Says:
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My friend needs to know if the med he was given as a sample by his dr is a 12 hour or 4 hour pill. He was hurting & sleepless & forgot to ask the dr. It was a round white pill with rp 10 on it.

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Tony Says:
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What is a round white pill with 10 325 on one side and rp on the other? I have taken percocet but not this type. Is it real percocet?

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