Loperamide And Oxycodone

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silver tri shaped pill from New Dehli, India. suppose to b oxycodone. what is Lorapet? ## Well, it is definitely not Oxycodone, nor any other narcotic medication. If what you have received is actually Loparet, and there is no way for us to confirm this, it contains Loperamide, the same ingredient sold over the counter in the U.S. under the brand name Imodium and use to prevent diarrhea. Is anyone else familiar with these tablets? ## I came upon these, too. I have no idea what they are, but are supposed to be 80mg oxy....never saw silver pills before. Anyone know what these are? ## On yahoo answers someone said it is basically Immodium, and anti-diarrhea medicine. ...
Updated 7 years ago in Oxycodone.
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