Picture Oxycodone Generic

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small lt blue/green M in a square one side and 30 on other side. very small round pill



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Crystal Says:

I was only able to locate a white pill with M in a square on one side and 30 above a scored line on the other side. I did find a greenish blue pill that has M over 30 on the same side, but the M is not in a square. Click here to see a picture of the pill.

Please post back so I can help you locate the correct pill.

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hotrod Says:

what does k9 look lke 30mg

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rob Says:

i was not aware they made a small green a215 sized pill.. however if i had to guess what the green one was i would say that it is a percocet brand 15 mg regular release oxycodone . this suggests that the box you are mentioning goes around the numbers 187

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hrissy Says:
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Got a dark green pill and was told it was a roxy 30. It smells like a vitamin and kinda looks like you can see small...very small brown dots. Numbers and letters so small i cant even see them. Anybody have an idea what this is?

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Fastnsmooth85 Says:
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Dude, 30's are always blue. Sometimes white. Rarely. The 15's are green. All you have to do to check this is Google the numbers and color of the pill and boom it tells you exactly what your holding. Get it from a dr. Then you will know what your taking. I mean you had time to do this and not Google something?

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Jacque Says:
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Re: Crystal (# 1)

Hi I took the blue pill for years now nine months ago the pharmacy gave me a white bill that makes me sick I am not allowed Tylenol. So I called the pharmacy and this is what they said there isn't Tylenol in it there is no difference so why am I getting sick where can I find the blue oxycodone 30m. Why can't they leave things alone and why do I feel like I am being lied to.

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