Small White Oblong Pill A 333

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Mike 1234 Says:
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can't find this ....... anyone??

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Verwon Says:
Hello, Mike! How are you?

Is the marking A333 or just 333?

I'm also having difficulty finding it and that may help me to narrow down where to look.

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Layna Says:
I called CVS and was told that the pill is oxycodone 10/325. I could not locate anything on the internet, but my pharmacist assured me that it is a narcotic. There is a round pill with the same numbers printed on the pill and that is a different non narcotic med. The oblong white pill with A 333 is in fact oxycodone.

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jess Says:
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A 333

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Kila Says:
I have a new pill supposed to be oxycodone 10 mg, but it's different name than what I did have. Pharmacist assures me it's right. The number on it is A333. Is this truly what it's suppose to be?

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