Generic Oxycodone A349

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bianca Says:
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Never seen this pill and cannot find it any where on the internet. It's a round white pill with A 349.

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big a Says:
 
its 5/325 oxycodone just got some the other day from walgreens they're good.

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Chrissy Says:
 
round white pill with A 349 is a generic Percocet. 325mg. of Tylenol and 5mg. of oxycodone. Hope this helps.


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angel Says:
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So this is a generic oxycodone 5mg/325 of tylenol?? I cant find a picture of it?

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Roy Says:
 
Thank you Big A. Guess I got impatient. Your right they work.

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Roy Says:
 
I had my 7.5/325 percocet filled on March 16, 2015 and had an old prescription for 5/325 percocet and tried to fill this on March 30, 2015. This was from my old Doctor in California. So the pharmacy called her and she had them shred it. Now she called my Doctor here in Colorado and he will no longer prescribe me my pain pills. My Doctor in California said I was Doctor shopping. Now what do I do. My Doctor here said his hands were tied because of federal rules. He said I could find anotherr Doctor and maybe get them. Any ideas what I should do or how I can get my pain meds back?

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jewels Says:
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Just go and find another doctor and next time don't use the same Pharmacy there so many pain management doctor out there you just have to look but when you do find one I wouldn't tell him about what happen

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Seb Says:
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I got this A349 oxycodone 5/325 prescribed to me after I had Patella tendon surgery and I take the directed dose and it does absolutely nothing and the doctor won't prescribe anything stronger. Are they immediate release? I want to know before I take 2.

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