Blue Oxycodone Pill R 031

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Needing Answers ASAP Says:
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Definitely not oxycodone. I am prescribed this. It is a generic Xanax (Alprazolam) 1mg.



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David Says:

I'm just curious, who said that this pill was supposed to be Oxycodone?

My research also verifies that a round blue pill with a cursive-like "R" on one side and "031" (over a score line) on the other half is identified as a 1mg Alprazolam tablet, used for treating anxiety.

For added confirmation, the pill itself is reportedly manufactured by Actavis and carries a National Drug Code of 00228-2031.

Hope this helps!

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Billygoat Says:
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No the blue Roxi 30's do NOT contain an opioid blocker....M 30/is what I get..

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Anniekris2690 Says:
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Absolutely positively has NO BLOCKER in them.12 years being on 30 mg oxycdone & someone's def misinformed you.

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Miracle girl Says:

No they do not, I take them for cancer, and asked the pharmacist, today, about opiate blocker!!!! Absolutely not true

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Patricia Toron Says:

My Generic Xanax is also one round blue pill 031



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Informedconsent Says:
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Patricia,

Yes so are mine. I think the original poster may have been under the influence of too many "OXY's" and was a Freudian slip, lol. The only thing worse are some of the replies debating the merits of its "ingredients" For pill that's clearly misidentified. I guess some are sicker then others...

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Informedconsent Says:
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Miracle girl,

You mean your taking Xanax 1 mg. for your cancer treatment? I realize it's often used for sedation purposes but has no pain relieving properties.I would hope they offer you a analgesic for pain management since Xanax has no medicinal effect on pain. Hope you feel well soon....

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TryingToHelp Says:
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They are definitely 1mg alprozolam, the same as a blue xanax football, which you may be more familiar with.

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Miraclegirl Says:
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No I'm taking oxycodone 30, not xanax for pain - a51, dark blue, not crumbly and no opiate blocker.

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Katz Says:
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There is a new brand of Oxycodone IR that has a narcotic antagonist in it. My sister got some from her pharmacy 3 months ago. So they do make the but not made by Mallinckrodt (one with Mon them)

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Ericko34 Says:
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Re: David (# 1)

Who ever said even replied a blue pill R 031 and put oxycodone in the same sentence is delirious, get your info or research this before writing about this. Just gets me a little angry that they do this.

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Luigi Says:
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Re: David (# 1)

It doesn't seem like a xanax or alprazolam. Just because you know about xanax doesn't make you an expert when you aren't up with the latest and greatest. If it is xanax then it has some blocker or other ingredient in it, because I can taste it. And you're hearing this from me who was first prescribed a xanax 18 years ago.

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AUBZILLA Says:
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Re: Luigi (# 12)

I feel like what you're saying about being experienced is bulls*** because there's no xanax with blockers in it. Why if it is xanax would it have a blocker? They taste totally different than the 2mg bars or the .25mgs or the .5mgs. You may still taste the bitterness but obviously the higher the dose the more bitter. Some brands taste like chalk and others taste like alprazolam.

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brandon Says:

To the OP: It's NOT oxycodone - I looked it up tonight, it's for anxiety.

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Punachick Says:
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Re: Katz (# 10)

How can an opiate have an opiate blocker? This makes little to no sense. Then the opiate would be blocked. Opiate antagonists can contain narcan. Like Suboxone. Tramadol blocks opiates also. But an oxygen with narcan (naloxone) is an abomination

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JOHNNY Says:
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Ericko34 (# 14) --

The R 031 is 1mg alprazolam. People, please stop replying with bull crap. This site is to help *us* in any sincere question: **I want to ask if taking 2 x 1mg r031 blue oval would be the same as taking 1 x 2mg green bar? I am normally prescribed green bars but the pharmacy ran out. I was later dispensed 1mg oval blue Alprazolam. I'm wondering if I can simply match my old dose with this new one?

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FreeMoney Says:
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Someone sold this kid a 2$ Xanax for probably 30$ saying it was a perk 30 lol. Sorry homie check the imprints online next time before until you learn better.

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