Is A White Oblong Pill With A333 Oxycodone?

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eli Says:
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This pill has a 333 on it and is oblong and white has nothing on the other side of the first time.

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David Says:
Hi Eli,

The oblong (capsule-shaped) white pill you're describing marked "A333" is in fact identified as Oxycodone (10mg) + Acetaminophen (325mg); which is used to treat moderate to severe pain.

For verification, this particular tablet is manufactured by Actavis, and has a National Drug Code of 00228-2983-11.

You can also learn more about this drug on the page for Acetaminophen + Oxycodone Details

I hope this helps and wish you a merry christmas!

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Selen Says:
White Pill with A333 Oblong that is generic for percocet I think needs to be looked into more closely. I don't feel it is right that they can just change medicine and people have no choice but to get it cause their insurance will only pay for the generic. I had a few left of the Watson I held back. I took the new one for about a week and they did not really work right. I took one of the watson I had held back which is the same Generic both from CVS and the pain went right away. So that tells me that those new one's are not right.

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DruggyDan Says:
A close look at the msg this reply is associated with, tells me something is amiss. What exactly, I don't know. However, the underlying question & answer are clearer. The white oblong pill marked A 333 on one side & unmarked on the other is in fact a new generic for Percocet @ 10/325

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majortom Says:
I agree. might as well take a lortab

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JR Says:
I was recently given the same thing, and I also feel that these new A333 tabs are not giving me the same relief from pain as the Watson pharmacy tabs were. Walgreens switched mine this last time and said nothing about it to me at all. I think I'll be going to a different pharmacy next refill.

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marie moore Says:
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Is it Capsule or oval

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Watson 2000 Says:
Totally agree Watson has a better quality drug then any other also qualtiest is good

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Gayle Says:
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I got my oxycodone 10 small white oblong with A333 on it. This was the first time I ever got this kind have always got Watson before. Might as well took a lortab. These did work at all will not go back to CVS again not if this is the kind of mess they have. I guess their to cheap to get the real meds

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Marcy Says:
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Fact: I get 90 10-325. I can take up to 3 a day. I usually take 1 and im prefectly fine for about 7 hours. After getting my perscription filled at CVS ive taken 2 within 3hours and have had absolutely NO relief. My stomach is killing me and I can barely walk. This is some B.S. My doctor will not give me more for 30 days. I should have gotten them filled when he wrote it. My prior script lasted me 2 1/2 months. This Activas or whatever it is is garbage. Ibuprofen works better than this crap.

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Queen Says:
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Just picked up a333 from cvs and am experiencing symptoms of nausea

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Hellen Says:
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A333 oxycodone/white oblong pill. Here we go taking this med to see what the fuss is all about. Will let you know what I think.

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Wildatily Says:
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I like them they seem to last longer even though they don't hit me as fast. I chose these the last few months over others that act fast but don't have a lasting effect on my pain as these do. Good luck to you though.

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Wildatily Says:
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I like the lasting effect with these. They last longer than other generics I have tried. I get 120 up to 4x a day. I have spinal tumors that are benign but very painful. They help a lot along with 25mg fentanyl patches. Good luck with whatever is causing you pain.

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matt Says:
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Actavis makes these. Actavis is actualy not a generic they're a very well known brand with possibly the best quality of oxycodone along with qualitest and teva. The oxy 30s they make are my favorite.

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Lori Says:
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I agree!!! I was supposed to be prescribed Percocet without the 325mg and they gave me this crap and I just keep hurting and hurting and it gives zero relief. I've been fooled and I have a chronic back problem from two surgeries; a massive fall straight down on my tailbone/ jamming my metal cage from the first surgery up I to three vertebrae above it. This is a hoax and YES IT WAS WALGREENS PULLING THIS BULLS***!!

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JustaMarine Says:
This is where the "It's a mental thing comes in." Activas bought Watson and is using the exact same formulary to make the A33's. The chemical makeup is the exact formula. I've done quite a bit of research to discover and provide this info. I encourage you to do a simple Google search. Thank you for reading and I wish you well in your pain relief.

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Jay Gee Says:
I've been taking 10 mg Percocet many years for 'breakthrough" pain when my Oxycontin doesn't help enough. I no longer pay attention to which brand the pharmacy issues, as I agree with post #16.
I truly believe the mental aspect plays a huge part in things, and that the FDA regulates its production more carefully. Besides, if I am mistaken, I prefer to be mistaken on the side of less pain.

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Don Says:
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People, calm down. The only difference is that these have Tylenol added to the oxycodone. It should not upset your stomach. It should help keep the pain at bay.

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Louis Says:
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I've been taking the new Activis brand a333 generic Percocet 10/325 and there's a big difference from the former Watson tablets. These work ok, but don't kick in as fast as the old Watson generics in the past.
I'm going to get Brand Percocet/EndoceT from my pharmacy from now on
or get Roxicodone 10 instead. Since my insurance covers brand name also if in stock(J just need my pharm to order it for me next month).
I was previously on Norco 10/325(Watson) and when they changed to Activis and the tabs were white instead of yello , I noticed a big change so my doc switched me to brand Vicodin 10/300 and it was a big difference. FYI; this is just my opinion, but I've heard from my Uncle who gets the same brand(Acticivs) that it works great for him?
Brand from now on! Good luck and stay pain free!

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Jimbow Says:
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I get to itching sometimes and a lot of times I think it's like hair crawling on my skin. It feels like something crawling on me and it's not crabs I promise, or lobsters or anything else, but if I take a pill I can go all day long and enjoy my day with a good joint.

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