White Oblong Pill With R 333

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Buddy Says:

I got my prescription and the pill has R 333 on one side and nothing on the other, I have never seen this and im having a hard time finding it on the web. Has anyone seen this before?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Buddy! How are you?

What medication is your prescription for and what color are the pills?

There are a couple with a somewhat similar imprint, so I need more information to be able to check this out for you. Thanks!

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juana Says:
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I got that same pill, r333,, wat is it, can someone please help me, my prescription is suppose to b for,, per comets 10 my 325

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Angel Says:
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Hi everyone, I go to pain management the office I go to has recently been investigated. This happens two or three months after I start going there. Now they are telling me I have medicine in my system that they didn't prescribe me however my pharmacy says it was them. The pharmacist sends them a fax and they change their story and I prove again so now they have changed the medicine they are finding. They took me off my pain medicine as a result I have fell three times from pain and blacked out twice. Results from that I have hurt my shoulder, hip, rib and more damage to my back. I only take my medicine and I only take it as prescribed by my doctor. I'm to scared to take medicine that is prescribed to me by my doctor you never know what other people are taking or how your body will react to it. To many people die from that I don't want to die. Can anyone give me some advice please? P.S. I don't know other people that takes pain meds and/or sells them. I don't want to know either.

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Patsy Says:

I got the same pill from CVS. It even had a tape over the identification on the bottle showing what the pill should look like. The R looks somewhat like it could be an A but more like an R not an A because it is rounded at the top. I was at the CVS thru and handed in a prescription for pain from my doctor which is 10/325 mg. When I picked up the pills They ask me for 40 dollars instead of my usual $7.00 co pay. While waiting to get that straightened out I realized that they gave me Hydrocondone instead of Oxycodone. As if that wasn't bad enough, the CVS pharmacy tried to convience me that this is what my doctor called in. I had to remind them that I knew the doctor did not call it in, I dropped off the signed prescription for Oxycodone. Gosh, now I get a pill from them that doesn't look like the A333. How can I trust it is the correct pill? Please if your older or younger look at your pills before you drive out. I did. And I would have gotten the wrong pill the first time, and now I am getting a pill that has an R and not an A. Then it also has a tape over the id. Help what is CVS or their manufacturers doing confusing the public?

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Diana Says:

my pharmacy's discription has A333 but the pill ha R333. Is this the right medication? My doctor prescribed Oxycodone/Acetaminophen 10-325mg TB. Looking at the pill on the net is totally different from the pill I have received.

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Diana Says:

my pharmacy's description of pill has A333 but the pill that I received has R333. Is this the right medication? My doctor prescribed Oxycodone/Acetaminophen 10-325mg TB. Looking at the pill on the net is totally different from the pill I have received. Addition, description of pill is white oblong pill not the pill i see on internet which is a round dark orange looking pill with a totally different description.

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cornnuts Says:
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Its From CVS drug store there the only one that has them

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Richard Says:
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I had a heck of a time figuring this out. R333 is the generic for A333. The ones I am getting are still made by Actavis. Check with your pharmacist, because it was unclear if the R333 designation is a universal generic. It is percocet 10/325

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Pinky Says:
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You do not make any sense as to what your wanting help with

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Steve wall Says:

I just had the same problem at walgreens. This is the first time I have picked up percocet 10-325 there. once I got home I took my medicine. Right away I noticed that I wasn't getting relief , as I usually always do with a different brand from costco. My pill from walgreens says R333 on it. I'm going to have a hard month with my chronic pain using this medicine from walgreens. It is junk. I will go back there and talk to the pharmacist, as it seems there is so much discrepancy with this brand. So many others are having the same issues, and we cant even seem to completely identify this R333, even the size and color. I will never use walgreens again for this particular medicine and I'm even cautious now about other medicine coming from them.

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