Yellow Round Pill 'p'on Front '4' On Back

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its a small yellow flat round pill with 'P' imprinted on one side and '4' imprinted on the other, does anyone know what this is ?

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Mark Cep Says:
A friend just had what sounds like the same pill. He gave it to me. It was a small, round, yellow pill with a P on one side and a 4 on the other side.
I was told by my friend that it was a 4mg. Dilaudid - he said he seen the guy take it right out of the bottle labeled Dilaudid.
I have seen Dilaudid's before & they have always looked basically just like this pill does - same shape & size PLUS its the same color/shape etc. as all the other 4mg. Dilaudid's I've seen. But I searched on the Internet quickly & couldn't find that exact generic imprint code - But I trust my friend. So, hang on....OK, I just got it ready and did it. It is definitely an Opiate & from the rush/buzz i'm feeling, I would have to say that it's Dilaudid.
In case you don't know what those are - They are a strong narcotic/opiate pain killer. Mg. for Mg. they are actually stronger than OxyContin (considering that 1 of these 4mg. Dilaudid gave me I'd say at least as good a high as about 40mg. of OC (give or take a bit + it depends on the method you use to take them).
I'd personally recommend crushing it up into the finest powder you can, adding at least 30-40cc of water, mixing it real well (BUT, NO HEAT should be needed or used as it takes away from the high), taking a piece of cotton for a filter. Then just suck it up and IV it....

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Verwon Says:
Actually this is NOT a narcotic of ANY type! This tablet contains 40mgs of Ondansetron, a generic for Zofran, this is from Canada.

This is used to help prevent nausea and vomiting.

Common side effects may include: drowsiness, dizziness, constipation and headache.

You can read more here:


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mememe Says:
this guy is wrong it is an opiate, more like a 20 mg of oxy

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Shar Says:
Actually,Mark is right and Verwon is wrong.The pill Verwon is referring to has AP on one side and A4 on the other,that is for nausea. The other one is a definite narcotic.

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Bob along Says:
A p on one side and a 4 on the other very small and yellow is definitely a dilaudid I just pulled them out of the bottle.. I was trying to find out if they had some sort of gelling or a blocker in them so u can't abuse them. They work but don't seem as strong as the regular generic ones I usually get but they do still work

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pikesbabe Says:
I was wondering if I can break my small yellow diladid pill in half?.

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