I Have Round Pills With No Markings On Either Side Want To Know If They Are Percocets

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they are round and know markings on the pills at all found them in a oxycodone bottle 10/325 is on the bottle too



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Toby Says:

I have had hip surgery and got oxycodone 10-325 perscribed to me when i got the scrip they were round and had imprints on them and the other two times i filled the scrip they had no markings on them they were from a different company that the pharmacy went with because they were cheaper to get pills from pharmacys order thier pills online and companies put bids in and the lowest bid get bought

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Verwon Says:

If the tablets have no markings on them, then they are not a U.S. manufactured and approved prescription medication.

They are all required to have imprints to enable their identification in case of emergency.

If they have no markings, then it is most likely that they are just an over the counter product of some type.

Are there any comments or questions?

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miley Says:

I have the same thing to white round pills that came in my oxcodone bottle with know markings from the pharmary that had filled my scrip i be leave some one that work there took my oxy and replaced it with a look alike monday sep 2 i'm calling the d.e.a i'm not playing ......................................................

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terri Says:
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What does a percocet 7.5/325 meloncroft brand look like

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Angry 65 year old Says:

That's not Oxy, it is however Norco or Vicodin just put in a different bottle. If he is a pain patient and is ever given a drug panel and they find a drug NOT prescribed by them, the PCP or pain doc will say goodbye. They will think he is 'Doc Shopping' or getting drugs from 2 different sources or buying street drugs. Bad, real bad.

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DUSTY Says:
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Re: Angry 65 year old (# 5)

Then what happens? If they are truly in severe/chronic pain? Will they be able to go to another pain mangement doctor and be prescribed the same pain medication? Is there a general system in which doctors and/or pharmacies are "linked" and can see/check and/or edit info about a patient's history? Do do you have any suggestions for someone dealing with chronic pain but not receiving any more meds after being cut off? I personally have seen people resort to unruly things in an attempt to get relief from there discomfort. Thank you for your time!

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beentoldfunnier Says:

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I think you'll find all the thank you's and courtesy in the world isn't going to get you no pain meds without a xpt from a doctor who had diagnosed your pain condition and confirmed the reason you are no longer getting a xpt from your previous doctor.....pain meds are dangerous with the potential for o'd, abuse and addiction, and shouldn't be used other than under the specified direction of your doctor...really. you're talking life and death.

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Teresa Says:
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Re: Toby (# 1)
I have some small white round about 1/8 inch thick pills with no imprints or markings on either sides. Im told they are 10mg methadone pills. Is there a chance they are?

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