Is U15 Pill A Percocet

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Is the U15 pill a percocet

U15 white oval (football shaped or egg shaped). Blank on other side. This is a 7.5mg generic for Percocet. The 5mg ones are oblong and made from a different manufacturer. ## The U15 white oblong generic Percocet tablets actually correspond with the 5mg-325mg dosage; not the 7.5mg-325mg. For verification, this pill is made by Aurolife (Aurobindo) Pharma and carries a National Drug Code of 13107-044-01. The 7.5mg-325mg version is also made by Aurolife (Aurobindo) Pharma --- Aurolife Pharma LLC, is reportedly a part of Aurobindo according to the manufacturer's webpage. The 7.5mg-325mg has an imprint of U16 and carries a National Drug Code of 13107-045-01. Hope this helps clear up any confusion! ## Kroger dispensed me aurobindo manufactured 5mg oxycocdone generic for percocet. did absol... ...

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what is a u15 pill

I found three egg or oval shaped white pills marked u15 on one side, not scored, in my daughters room. I did a search and can not find anything similar online. I did find oblong white pill marked u15 and scored online which was the 5/325 oxycodone but this is more egg shaped and not scored but about the same size. ## Well that is oxycodone, (AKA Percocet) the letter and number is the brand marking. Sorry to say your daughter is doing drugs. Time for a serious talk and getting nosy, good for you for checking. My son is 27 now, but I gave him too much freedom. Thank God he didn't get into illicit drugs like his friends did. ## From what I can tell, the pill that Julie is describing does not have a score line (like the generic Percocet that Karla mentioned), so I still have my doubts t... ...

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u15 what pill is it

MY PHARMACY GAVE ME THSES PILLS THATS SUPPOSE TO BE 7.5/325 PERCOCET IS IT ## The percocet with "U15" imprint is 5/325 strength manufactured by Aurolife Pharma LLC (which is owned by Aurobindo Pharma). ## I live in NC and am currently in SC with my stepfather who has Parkinson's. He had 3 episodes in an 8 hour span and I had to rush down here, 5 hours away. I had to fill my pain meds while down here, Percocet 7.5/325, which needless to say was like pulling teeth, went to BiLo pharmacy, and heard crap about it. Since filling my RX I have noticed pain is worse, tingling in both my legs. Got to researching last night and could not find NDC number online. Noticed the manufacturer is Aurobindo. All I'm seeing online is negative comments. I'm not sure how to handle this. I... ...

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white pill u15

Show imagine for U15 and side effects ## Hello, Bob! How are you? I'm sorry, but I don't have an image to post for you due to copyright reasons. However, I can tell you that a white, capsule shaped tablet with the U15 marking is listed as containing 5mgs of Oxycodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen. It is a generic for Percocet. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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Are there two different shaped pills common for generic Percocet?

I filled my Rx but didn't think to check it until a few days after I left the pharmacy. The bottle states it is an oblong white pill with "U15" on it and labels it as generic Percocet. It used to be a round white pill. Is this the same as my old generic RX for Percocet 5/325 or is it a different strength of some kind? if so, why would they change the shape of the pill? I keep them in my pill container in my purse, for emergency use of break through pain, and today I nearly took two at once, thinking they were regular extra strength Tylenol, that I also keep in the pill container! I hate to think what might have happened if I took two of these while at work! Is this a recent change to the generic pill for Percocet? ## Hello, Layla! How are you? This tablet is manufactured by ... ...

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U15 oval white

White oval with U15 imprint ## Hello, Suja! How are you? This tablet is listed as containing 5mgs of Ocycodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I have a pill that's supposed to be a percocet 5 with the Imprint of U15 but the 5 on this doesnt match anything online it has no curve at all but the 1 on it looks right could u please tell me if this is real I've never seen a 5 like this on a pill it's just straight lines ...

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