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oxycodone e7 pill
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Looking for the kind of pill round e7 on it. ## What you needing to know? Just got a few didn't know what they were and had to dig deep to make sure they were what the where advertised as. ## I thought the E8 were real good, they remind me of M 30. I get two 30 milligram oxycodone but now they dropped me to two fifteens. Where did you get the E7? What pharmacy, CVS? Please let me know, but yeah epic Pharma actually does an amazing job. I like it. I haven't tried the 15 yet and I want to but I can't find them. ## I just got a little green pill with E7 on it too , I have never seen it before . The E was a weird E . Are they oxy 15 mg ? ## I just picked up my monthly prescription of Oxycodone 15mg. I have always gone to the same pharmacy (Small, non- commercial Pharmacy). They ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, May 27 '16, 5:50 PM
30mg oxycodone cost per pill cvs
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How much would a prescription cost of 120 30mg oxycodone pills with no insurance ## USE GOVMT DISCOUNT CARDS FROM SOCIAL SERVICES,ASK FOR DISCOUNT CARDS. GOD BLESS.......THEY CUT YOUR COST 50% ## @Jack, Costs tend to vary based on location as well (i.e. the same prescription in Canada may be pennies on the dollar in comparison to US prices). The same goes for those who utilize pharmacy coupons such as the one MedsChat offers here: Rx Savings Card This card in particular may save you anywhere from 15 to 75% off the typical cost. Something I don't know of however, is if these pharmacy coupons provide a different percentage of savings at different pharmacy chains (such as CVS vs Walgreens vs RiteAid, etc). So if I were you I'd consider calling up a few different pharmacies in your ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, Mar 18 '16, 7:24 PM
30mg oxycodone per pill cost at cvs
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how much does a 30 mg oxycodone cost per pill at cvs pharmacy ## The cost of any particular medication may vary based on a wide variety of circumstances, including but not limited to one's location, the presence of insurance, an Rx Savings Card, being enrolled in patient assistance programs, choosing a specific manufacturer's brand or generic version, supply and demand, etc, etc... So I think in order for you to get the most accurate answer to your question, a visit to your local CVS may be the best option. It might also be a good idea to check around at other pharmacies to cost average and/or compare current prices. Hope this helps! ...
Updated 7 months ago in Oxycodone.
Thu, Mar 30 '17, 5:36 PM
2012 Oxycodone Shortage
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I filled with CVS for three years and went in to fill my script and the pharmacist told me they have new rules, the doctor has to be within five miles of the pharmacy and you have to live within five miles of the pharmacy and refused to fill them. Then i went to walgreens and was told they didnt feel comfortable filling them at several stores and the others told me that they only had enough to fill there regular customers and were not taking on new people as i was a customer of theirs for at least three years until they were having trouble getting them ## I have been at the same pharmacy for 2 years and now they won't fill my prescription either, Everything is crazy right now, but we have to fight for the right to be pain free, I joined the Fight for Florida Pain Care network, you c... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Jan 29 '13, 11:06 PM
oxycodone a215 is bigger??
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I just got my script and the pills closely resemble what ive always gotten. Same color, print, and shape but are larger in size. Should i worry? Oxycodone 30mg, blue, round, a215 print ## Did you get these pills from a reputable pharmacy, like Walgreens, CVS, etc? At first I was thinking you should be fine as long as they have the same Manufacturer: Actavis & National Drug Code (NDC): 52152-0215. But then after doing more research, I found that others have claimed this pill to be fake. Here is a quote from someone that compared their fake ones to their normal ones: "the ONLY (and I mean ONLY) differences are that the fake ones have a SLIGHTLY larger print of A 215 on it and the pill itself is SLIGHTLY larger and the color is SLIGHTLY bluer than a typical A." Maybe you can ch... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, Feb 01 '13, 12:36 PM
a333 pill is it oxycodone
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Watson is now Actavis if the article I just read is true , so your A333 is generic Percocet and hopefully works as well as the white round Watson , not sure yet tho . ## That is correct. Watson acquired Actavis and has dropped the Watson name. The tablet with the A333 marking contains 10mgs of Oxycodone and 325mgs of 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. Learn more Percocet details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Where can I read more about this.....Watson acquired Actavis and has dropped the Watson name? That's the name brand CVS uses now! Except if I get mine there, they (CVS),said mine is onlong [sp] and has "A32" on... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Jul 08 '14, 2:11 PM
Cost of oxycodone 30 mg cont.
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Most unaffiliated pharmacies will always be cheaper in price for people without insurance. Walmart/Target/Walgreens/Costco/CVS etc are big chains and will not help ppl without insurance. Stay away from those phony Medical cards claiming to save on RX's prices, they do no good for you. They basically tell the pharmacy to charge you more than cost, and split the difference with the pharmacy, hence you pay more then necessary. On average, you can get 180 QNTY 30MG Oxy from independent pharmacies for around 100$. Do not pay those big chains 250-900$, they are ripping you off if you do go there to fill your prescription. ## Actually, the opposite of what you've said is true, in many cases. The large chains often buy in bulk, which lowers their price and thus, lowers the price for uni... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, Jul 24 '15, 1:50 PM
Oxycodone & other shortages
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This all seems to have started around the same time Darvon was pulled from the shelves with nothing to replace it. (Darvon & Tramadol combined was finding some success in providing relief for fybromyalgia) I gave up on trying to get Walgreens to fill prescriptions for Oxycodone/Oxycontin. After trying Walmart, several Publix, CVS & most of the Walgreens in my area, I am trying the Morphine based product MS Contin instead. I had an allergic reaction to the generic brand and am now on day 2 of the manufactor's and am experiencing similar problems. The conversion formula from Oxycodone to Morphine isn't reliable either. Meanwhile, the local Walgreens are now out of Adderall going on 2 weeks, because the company that makes it (Corapharma & Barr make the two generics) app... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, Mar 27 '13, 8:03 AM
activis oxycodone is toxic
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My mom was taking a generic oxycodone for months it was not Activist. I pick up her scripts and know Activis is toxic from my own experience. The label read Mallinkot it looked different as the strength. Was increased. She said it did not help her pain despite the higher dose. She began to complain of itching too. After several days she was really sick with a swollen face BAD. Called MD several times. I told her to stop the pain med as this was the only thing new. MD prescribed Benadryl and new script for pain. In the meantime looking at her old pill bottle the pills did not match the label description. Looked them up and they were Activist A332. Went to CVSThey only weakly apologized for the error. Since then now my mom is in the hospital with the Actions reaction!!! Super expensive lo... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Apr 29 '14, 6:41 PM
10 mg oxycodone pink pill k56
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Been taking painkillers ( vicodin, lortab, lorcet ((discontinued)), and Norco for many years. Skiing, motorcycles, etc. Whe I started the Norco, I got them from cvs. Found out that the ones manufactured by Malincrodt were completely ineffective when compared to the Watson product. My Doc has me on the pink k56 oxy now. I picked them up, reluctantly, from cvs because of the insurance Discount. Only able to get coverage for 90 although I had a prescription for 120. My question is does anyone know if the ones I have (manufactured by KVK-Tech INC) are going to be a waste of time like the Malinkrodt norcos were. Is there a quality oxy 10mg manufacturer that is better than the others? Thank you ## Hi Scott, Looking at some of the related KVK Tech threads here, this manufacturer in particular ... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, May 02 '17, 10:07 AM
a-333 oxycodone pill is a fake
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My wife has a bad heart, and pain effects her heart. these actavis percocet must be nothing but phony material. they dont even touch her pain like watson pills did. this company should not be able to cheat the public like this. peoples heath is at stake. they need to be shut down. why are these companies allowed to sell products that don't even work. people pay to get their pain taken care of. does cvs not care either, they are accepting these. ## There are others complaining about actavis on this website. look around a little ## Hello, Stan! How is your wife doing? I'm very sorry that this medication isn't working for her. The best suggestion I can make is that she speak to her doctor about prescribing something else. From what I have read in various posts, many people are ... ...
Updated 17 days ago in Oxycodone.
Sun, Nov 05 '17, 9:44 PM
Mallinckro oxycodone 30 mgs
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I have degen lum tumbosecralhad iv disc spinal sten.myofascial pain sciatica/si joint neuralgiadegen neck disc arthritis in hip had a post laminrctomy syndrome lumbar lumbago/low back pain and many other things to long to list.My meds are no longer to be found.I have been going to target for 10 yrs and they would hold them for me 3 dys before I go to doc.This month I had to run back to my doc abd have him change to 15 mgs oxycodone 2 scrips for 2 wks at a time.Now their saying there not going to be able to save them and I had to go to a cvs which I did not like to do I have 14 medications I take and fill all at target.Can someone please tell me if this will blow over or are they going to stop making them so I can ask the doc for something different.I cannot drive anymore so my husband h... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, Dec 12 '11, 9:54 AM
Oxycodone pills, differences
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I take oxycodone 15 milligram been taking them for almost a year always got my prescription filled at CVS and the pills were circular and light blue had to get my prescription filled at Walmart this last time and they're all black and white what's the difference between the two ## Since this medication is available as a generic, it is manufactured by several different pharmaceutical companies and all will look different and have different markings on them. What are the markings on the pills in question? The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. ...
Updated 10 months ago in Oxycodone.
Sat, Dec 24 '16, 9:56 PM
a333 pill is it oxycodone 10 325
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I too used to take the Watson Marked ones, but CVS switched to these and I find these VERY VERY effective. I think that the reason some people don't like them is there body is used to the other and a lot of it maybe "brain" issues. Your brain is used to taking "Watson's" and when you change your brain is saying Ol no something different it won't work, helpppp... But rest assured your body WILL get used to them and start to work, it just takes time. Thanks, Jeremy ## When you switch brand names or manufacturers the drug itself doesn't necessarily change, but rather the binders or fillers that they put with it. For this very reason, I believe the differences and side effects people feel have a lot to do with certain "inactive" ingredients that may o... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Jul 11 '17, 3:51 PM
qualitest oxycodone efficacy
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My pharm just switched to the Rhodes 10/325 and I might as well be taking aspirin, except it makes me itch so bad and causes headaches and the sweats. I love the quailtest or the endo. I am calling my pharm in the morning to complain and see if they will be getting something else in. If not I'll be calling local pharms to find something else. I hate these. ## I agree 100 percent. I fill 120 10-325 oxycodone every two weeks for two years and qualitest is the brand that works best for me. My cvs changed it to Rhodes a month or so ago and it was a waste of my script. Didn't work and I felt withdrawals! I refuse anything except qualitest or actavis. ## Sorry to hear about your experiences with these ineffective tablets causing side effects. Every manufacturer seems to be a hit or mi... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Aug 22 '17, 1:06 PM
amneal oxycodone not effective
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The new oxycodone is a worthless knock off generic of a generic drug. CVS is pushing it. Disgusting practice to see worthless drugs pushed on seriously patients in pain. I'm informing all to Avoid CVS and this company getting rich on the pain of others. Criminal. ## According to NIH, these are the following inactive ingredients reportedly found in Amneal's Oxycodone tablets: Corn Starch Lactose Monohydrate Microcrystalline Cellulose Sodium Starch Glycolate Type A Potato Stearic Acid *The 10mg tablet contains the addition of D & C Red No. 27 *The 15mg tablet contains the addition of FD & C Blue No. 2 *The 20mg tablet contains the addition of FD & C Red No. 40 + FD & C Blue No. 2 + FD & C Yellow No. 6 *The 30mg tablets contains the addition of FD & C Blue N... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, Sep 04 '17, 7:16 AM
Oxycodone 5 325 and R/P on the back
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I had outpatient surgery yesterday and my doctor wrote me and prescription for Percocet strength of 5/325. I went to CVS and was given generic pills. Just want to know if these pills are real because if not I'm talking them back they 3.325 on the front and R/P on the back. Can someone please help me? ## Yes, they are manufactured by Rhodes Pharmaceuticals and they list them as containing 5mgs of Oxycodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. Have you tried taking them, yet? ## Yes and I'm experiencing nausea and dizziness. Should I stop talking this medicine? ## Sometimes people don't tolerate opiates well and the si... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Oxycodone.
Sat, Apr 22 '17, 9:32 PM
oxycodone 10 325 pill watson 392
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Please tell me if there is an EXACT replacement for the Watson 392 generic for Percocet. I know Watson has purchased Actavis. I have been taking the Watson 392 for years and the substitute does not help me at all. I take in combination with Fentanyl. Are there other companies that make the "Watson 392" configuration under a different number and name??? I have contacted Actavis several times to see if they have an exact replacement and they have not replied to any of my e-mail. CVS has substituted a Actavis that is supposed to be the same and it isn't. It does not work for me. The number is A333. This is an Endocet substitute and Endocts have never worked for me. ## I don't have an answer...ALL of the Watson Percocet users are miserable now..myself included. Actavis is no... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, Jul 02 '14, 6:40 AM
cubs unwilling to fill oxycodone
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I started using Cvs. this past year since it's a preferred pharmacy through my insurance. At some point they said they could no longer fill my script for oxycodone; no explanation offered. I've been taking oxycodone at the same dose for four years after exhausting every means-physical therapy, trigger point injections, outpatient procedures, homeopathy, meditation, prayer (I still pray & meditate daily.) When I mentioned this to my pain management dr, he told me that in.2014, a huge quantity of. Narcotics went missing from CVS & has never been accounted for. This occurred both the New Castle Pa CVS as well as one in Florida. Again, because this community is plagued with drug addicts and criminals, those of us with legitimate health problems are paying the price. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Thu, Dec 10 '15, 1:45 PM
oxycodone 10/325 and Opana ER 40mg
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I never had a problem going to any pharmacy and getting my prescription filled. Now CVS Drug chain states they can't fill it because "They are at their threshold"? What?? Smiths Food and Drug Pharmacies who I could always count on are always out stating "We've gone through our monthly allotment" What?? Does anyone know what morphine withdrawals are like? Just give me a shot gun please!!! Where can I go in Henderson, Nevada to get my medication to just take the edge off of my pain? I can't find a Pain Management Dr to prescribe what I've been taking for years and gives me some quality of life. The Ignorant Pain Management Dr I see monthly now cut my Percocet from 180 ct. to 120 ct. monthly and blamed the (DEA) Drug Enforcement Agency who claims to have don... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Thu, Dec 17 '15, 2:47 PM

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