Has Anyone Seen An Oval 15 Mg Percocet Oxycodone That Looks Similar To Xanax. Does This Exist

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sophie Says:
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Does this exist? Sin was buying them. I'm scared she may be getting herself into something far more dangerous. Always fear meds I've not been able to locate on the internet w/ an image.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sophie! How are you?

Are there any markings on it? That is what would enable them to be identified for you.

But to clear something up, there is no 15mg Percocet. Percocet contains Oxycodone with Acetaminophen and it is only available in a maximum dosage of 10mgs of Oxycodone with 325mgs of Acetaminophen.

Anything in a higher dose is either Roxicodone or its generics, or the time released Oxycontin.

The FDA lists this medication as being a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation.

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chaos Says:

jUST THIS YEAR A COUSIN OF MINE DID PICK UP A FOOTBALL (oxycodone 15 mgsSHAPED/SIMILIAR TO XANAX.I believe the markings are just 15 on one side, i believe these are new and also have a lot of fillers and binders. Not 100% sure @ them being new but i have seen them and my cousin says they re not very effective for him at all

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Mark Says:
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Like Verwon said, there's no such thing as a 15mg Percocet. The only 15mg Oxycodone product is Roxicodone and it's generics.
I take the 15mg Roxicodone generic from Actavis pharmaceutical for break through pain with Oxycontin and it's a small green round scored tablet with A 214 on the scored side. There is also an orange generic that I've had before made by Qualitest, but I don't remember the letter or numbers on the pill.

Since the old Oxycontin was reformulated the Oxycontin abusers are after Roxicodone 15mg & 30mg. If someone you know is abusing these you need to get them help asap before they destroy their lives and the lives of those around them. People doing this are directly ruining the lives of the legitimately suffering pain patients, legitimate pain patients are the new victims of the government's war on pharmaceutical narcotics :-(

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Nette Says:
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I agree the ones taking them for a high are hurting the one's taking them because they are really in pain they are causing the government to make it harder for people really hurting to get medicine that actually helps pain and don't have all the side effects of all these new medcines such as cancer. Lupus tuberculosis and a lot more

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Jdubs Says:
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I myself have NEVER SEEN a 15 mg Percocet period, nor one that resembles xanax anyway. In Colorado a ton of people are mistakenly calling the 15 mg roxicodones "green monsters" percs. And I'm originally from D-Town. (The real D! NOT Denver, NOT Detroit but DALLAS,TX, Ya Heard!) & have seen the entire game w these pills for a long time from both sides of the coin as i m a pain-contract patient myself. It's crazy. People are making it tough for anyone to get their medications we've been on for years. Sux. But why people call those percs, I have no idea how that started. I stopped correcting people over it years ago. They do not make a 15mg perc. Or a 30mg perc. People say perc 30s when referring to the 30 mg roxicodones the "blue monsters" or "blues" & again.... They don't make a perc 30. I laugh. I don't know how that started but alot of people I've ran into over the years (at least in Colorado ) mistakenly call them that too. I'm not saying Sin is doing that but to my knowledge she's referring to the 15mg roxicodones. The "green monsters". And people are becoming seriously addicted to that medication in general. The buy-sell on it is causing people to commit serious crime and ruin lives. Its an epidemic. And especially out here it's all lead to heroin. The pills are losing ground and they were too expensive and hard to find so a lot of people have turned to heroin. It's disgusting.

I'm sorry for rambling but just wanted to share my experience & now wonder if in fact there are other parts of the country mistakenly referring to Roxys as "percs" And apparently I'd say so. I hope Sin is ok. Thank you all for the knowledge u shared. I can relate

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MissJenn Says:
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Yes kinda freaked me out. Lol. I looked it up n yes it is what it is oxycodone 15 mg!

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Hahah Says:
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Re: Nette (# 4)

That’s funny. Did you know statistically most addicts who turn to illicit drugs and stronger medications on the street end up getting addicted to opiates and then cut off by their doctors after. It’s the doctors over-prescribing meds so that the drugs companies (like pfizer) can continue to grossly profit off of the sick and dependent. And you can blame the government for the rest. Johnny who’s dying of aids only gets 1,100 dollars for disability but 10,000 worth of opiates prescribed to him every month. You're telling me you wouldn’t profit off that. Puh leeeeez. Death has a funny way of changing things. I would do the same. Hang on for 10-15 years and leave my fam Oprah rich.

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