Generic Percocet 10 A333 White Oblong Pill

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Yes there is a big difference in the manufacturers of these pills. The white, round, WATSON 925s seem to work best as far as pain relief and "highness". The ovals are ok but not as good as watson...The peach or yellow pills are also less effective than the watsons.

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Jennifer Says:
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I just came across an article from this website,"Generics and Biosimilars" titled, "Actavis makes agreement for generic abuse-deterrent oxycodone", Posted 03/05/2013, that explains exactly why everyone is getting sick and feeling no pain relief. Please please please... complain to the FDA, to the company Actavis, which u can get on the internet and call Walgreens @800-walgreens...but tell walgreens not to send the info to ur local pharmacy.. cause they will...tell them u want ur complaint to go to the main office that deals with the pharmaceutical partof walgreens. I hope that article will help make sense of everything for everyone who is suffering! Please pass the article around to whatever thread u see pertaining to watson/actavis Generic Percocet. This way everyone is informed. This article is recent so im sure very little/nobody knows about it yet...i know this info will shine light on the problems everyone is having. Please dont just copy and paste the url address, Im not sure, but I think the url would be deleted from ur message before the website will post it. U can even copy and paste everything im writing here to make it easier to pass it on.

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Perimeter01 Says:

I have been taking my reliable Watson 932 for over 5 years now, and the only problem I've had was parmacygiving me M523 or now the A333 that IS NOT
the same as the 932 round Watson, with some computer resources saying A333
is 20-25% less effective...there are LOT of people upsetby Watson's changes

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David Says:

To those who aren't getting any relief from the Actavis generic, it may be best to talk with your doctor about getting on a different medication altogether. Surely there are other pain management options that work better, even from a holistic standpoint.

For anyone looking to file a complaint with the FDA, you can do so via their MedWatch Program at:

But in order to get results from these complaints, a lot more people will have to start making their opinions known to the FDA, as they are the ones regulating which drugs stay on the market.

I hope this helps!

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FedUp Says:
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Thank God someone else has found out about the Non- Opioid BioSimilars that are being FORCED on us VICTIMS, BUT Yeah Right, w are treated worse than dogs and called every kind of "shopper" there is. If a Doctor will not fix your broken leg, will you sit there forever for non-treatment or will go get another Doctor who is not scared of insurance companies, the DEA & WILL DO the correct job for their Patient?

Or say you want peaches. Where you go they only have rotten peaches. Are you going to buy those & love every mouthful of those rotten peaches? Or are you going to KNOW, By way of Common Daggone Sense to "shop" for fresh quality peaches?? Be careful now, Big Brother loves his Propaganda Game and you shall be labeled my dear.......There are plenty of laws on the books to handle crime issues. There is Rehab for 28 days in a USA Fluff Palace if you have insurance. More time if you are rich. Most human issues are caused by pain, whether mental or physical. The World's Citizens with pain are under medicated, proven fact. You do have overprescribing issues in the minority. You have abusers in the minority, MSM (Main Stream Media) is working for the "shadow government." Their job is to CONTROL the population with fear tatics & false flags to strip our rights away. We need to control our own life & medical needs. I called The FDA today & asked for 6 Complaint Forms. I have been given 5 fake opioid prescriptions in the last 1 & 1/2 years & it IS time to do something about it!! Synthetic "Spice" (fake marijuana) has killed many teens in my State of Virginia. No real marijuana has, to my knowledge, just from smoking it. I don't want us to die for lack of natural pain medication. We could possibly grow opium maybe near Arizona. Kinda climate wise like Afghanistan. For medical Purposes. Thanks so much for sharing! The TRUTH nreeds to come out!! Chronic Pain Sufferers are NOT ADDICTS. We need the narcotic to FUNCTION on a daily basis. We cannot stand our pain & I will trade my broken down 51 yr. old body with a healthy one any time. Also we do NOT over medicate, because we do not want to live 1 day in pain. ALL STUDIES have PROVEN This As Factual Data. The ER is Our LAST RESORT & NONE of us want to go there. The Gov't has Brainwashed all ER Doctors into ignorant obedience to the false propaganda God of The Junkies.....who get fake meds & end up with blood pressure & heart attack & stroke issues waiting 2-6 months to obtain a doctor.

Please Call 888-INFO-FDA & ask to be sent complaint forms. File with your State Board of Pharmacy, The Better Business Bureau & there used to be a website called Rip Off Report. Chronic Pain Sufferers know Real from Fake!!!

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sam Says:

what is oblong white pill a 33 and an m on other side

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HTC are you Says:
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It's all in your head same ingredients Buddy I work for a pharmacutical Co

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Baby girl Says:
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It is ridiculous the way these pharmacists are treating people they give you the lowest grade meds and we suffer something awful I have been hit by tractor trailers about 5 accidents 3 very serious accidents they do me the same way it's unacceptable you don't let your little animals suffer like that I didn't cause any of the accidents it's just not right these pharmacy are doing this to use people they go through cheapest ones they can get the meds for then they give us the less quality then they make more money off every body they have made us 2 to 3 hours for our meds

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joy Says:

The yellow works 100% for me. I never get a buzz. EVER. Just needing this high-octane pain to smidge down a notch. THIS YELLOW ALVOGEN IS IT. Mercy

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Not the one Says:
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Re: Perimeter01 (# 2)

You're right !
And when I have to pay out of pocket for these ineffective pills it pisses me off!

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Not the one Says:
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Re: HTC are you (# 6)

Oh ok so wtf do you think that we're supposed to do because you are making thousands of dollars off of us?
I don't believe you!

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