White Oblong Pill With R 333 Percocet

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Deb Says:
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Found this pill in my sons room. A333 imprinted, white oval with a line in the middle. Please, I pray it's only an over the counter product...



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Tony Says:
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Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but R333 is the code CVS uses to identify their oxycodone generic. It's a very addictive opiate: I would advise taking it from him immediately and getting him something a little less harmful, like a bong.

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Tony Says:
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Pardon, I meant A333. R333 is the code for hydrocodone.

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Drew Says:
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Take em cuz they are definitely oxycodone.

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beebee Says:
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They are not percocet or hyddocodone talk to your phamacist its an impotent drug

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trish Says:

Hi Deb, I am currently taking this medication, for pain. It is DEFINITELY Percocet 10/325. It's generic from Target Pharmacy. I would call a few pharmacy's. If u feel embarrassed to call, say that u are throwing out old meds, and you can't read the label, but u can tell them what's imprinted on the pill. This sounds serious for you, please call some pharmacy's and talk to the pharmacist.

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Lupita Says:
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This is a very addictive pill I'm saying from experience! I've never gotten these pills prescribed only hydrocodone from a while back. I've gotten these from friends when I've been in so much pain and now not even one does it... these pills are so damn addictive I wish I never came across them

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Stephy Says:
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Re: Tony (# 2)

I hope this child didn’t get in trouble for this. It’s a ceuforximide. Ceftin antibiotic. I just looked it up myself as one was in my med cabinet and wanted to ensure it was labeled. Geez 6 replies and 3 years ago and they all say it’s Percocet or Roxy. Neither!

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