Oxycodone Gg 44 Green Round Pill

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Tim Says:
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I need a picture of the oxycodone pill that is green and round with the imprint of GG 44. Thank you.

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David Says:

Hi Tim,

The problem is, there is no Oxycodone tablet with that imprint.

A round green pill marked with GG over 44 on one side and blank on the other, is reportedly identified as a 25mg Amitriptyline hydrochloride tablet; an antidepressant.

If it's of any help, the pill I'm referring to is said to be approximately 6mm in size.

You can also view a photograph of it by clicking on the following National Drug Code link: 00781-1487

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Joy jasso Says:
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The pill that I'm talking about with a GG 44 is a narcotic pain pill

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A Says:
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I need a picture of oxycodone hcl 20mg to see what it looks like. Is there one with gg 44 on them?

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Wm Says:
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The GG is actually 66 and corresponding 44 is amitriptyline 25mgs. No it is not a pain med. Good Luck

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Bam Says:
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Re: Wm (# 4)

You got me bro. You had me looking to see if it was as 66 or GG...

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Matthew Says:
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Re: A (# 3)

Went went from SC to O P is when the tamper-proof Oxycontin 20 mg extended-release green color now about the same size of that. You do have pill that has GG on one side and I have to check on the other side but it is 75 mL mg amitriptyline which is an old. Try cyclobenzaprine which is in a controlled substance but it's really good for helping you sleep, helping your muscles relax, all that. If you've ever seen a purple morphine sulfate 30 mg extended-release tablet there are 25, 50, and 75 mg that are the same exact color that have GG.

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