Oxycodonek10

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oval white pill with k10 on front nothing on back



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Verwon Says:

THIS IS MOST DEFINITELY NOT OXYCODONE

This is nothing more than a generic or store brand of Extra Strength Tylenol, containing 500mgs of Acetaminophen.


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Wicked Says:

If the K has an arrow forming the top right part of the K, it is generic Tylenol 500mg. If the K has no arrow, it is Atarax 10mg which is a prescription medication.

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