White Round Pill With Gpi A325 - Oxycodone?

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I have a white round pill with GPI A325. Is it a 5mg oxycodone pill used for the treatment of pain?



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Verwon Says:

No, it is not Oxycodone. This tablet is manufactured by Amneal Pharmaceuticals (among others), and they list it as containing 325mgs of Acetaminophen. It is a pain killer available over the counter and is a generic (store brand) for Tylenol. (NDC 65162-350)

GPI A325 acetaminophen

Inactive Ingredients:

- Povidone
- Corn Starch
- Sodium Starch Glycolate Type a Potato
- Stearic Acid

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, and headache.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Vern Says:

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Gpi 5 Long n blank on other side.. it's a RX correct...how do I explain to doctor this will help me w severe pain as I don't want morphine...this is RX...need more info to explain to them this is what I'm willing to take for I just had surgery n don't want the heavy sedation drugs

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Roy Says:

Re: Vern (# 2)

I think you are talking about an oblong white tablet with the marking GPI A5 on one side and blank on the other, right? (NDC 0904-1983)

GPI A5

This is actually an over the counter drug (non RX) which also contains Acetaminophen, but in a 500 mg dose.

Inactive Ingredients:

- Hypromelloses
- Polyethylene Glycol
- Povidone
- Starch, Corn
- Sodium Starch Glycolate Type a Potato
- Stearic Acid

To be honest, if this tablet is good enough for treating your pain, you can just as easily pick up some Extra Strength Tylenol or generic equivalent from the store since it's basically the same thing. Hope that you're doing well!

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