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pics of roxycodine
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light blue round pill with 224 on one side ## There have been reports on a related discussion thread that it is Oxycodone, but it is still being debated whether it is the 30mg or 60mg dose. Trying to verify for sure which one it is. Can you reply with any other details which you might have access to? Manufacturer? Country? Please let everyone know. Related discussion thread: . ...
Updated 8 years ago in Oxycodone.
Mon, Jun 01 '09, 4:38 PM
pics of oxy contin 40mg
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gg235 ## If the pill is pink and really says GG 235 then it IS NOT oxycontin, rather it is generic promethazine 50mg, generic for Phenergan. It is an antihistamine typically used to control moderate to severe nausea among other things. Side effects include drowsiness, dizziness, headache, among other side effects. ## Also, there are several generic forms of oxycontin 40mg now so it would be hard to pull up each picture. I can tell you that each company is trying to keep the same color as the original, kind of a yellow color. Hope this helps. ...
Updated 11 years ago in OxyContin.
Mon, Jul 03 '06, 9:57 AM
oxycodone pics
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orange ## Sorry, you have not provided enough information. This drug is available in both name brand and generic versions. There are many generic manufacturers and each one of them will make a pill that looks different. There are no rules saying that pills with the same ingredient have to look the same! The size, color, shape and imprint will all vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. The only relevant regulations from the FDA state that they must have unique imprints for identification purposes, but these will even differ by manufacturer and strength of the med. In order to identify your pill for you and tell you what it is, you need to provide the complete imprint from the pill, all letters, numbers and/or symbols that may be on it, as well as the color and shape. Then I can look it ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Oxycodone.
Sun, Jan 05 '14, 2:29 AM
roxycotin pics
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30 M ## The medication names are often misunderstood, so I like to add details to posts, whenever I can, that can clear this up and hopefully prevent some confusion. There is no medication on the market called Roxycotton or Roxicontin and there never was. This is actually a confusion of two different formulations of Oxycodone. One is a regular release of it that was originally under the name brand Roxicodone and the other is a time released formulation that's under the name brand Oxycontin. That said, while I don't have a picture to include, due to copyright reasons, yes there is a 30mg Oxycodone tablet with the marking 30 M, it's a very light blue color, round and has the 30 over a score line on one side and the M in a box on the other. It is one of the generics for the reg... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Oxycodone.
Thu, Feb 28 '13, 2:27 PM
10 Mg Oxycotin
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10 mg oxycotin tablet is a oblong/square white pill with 10 imprinted on it other names oxy 10mg or round white pill with oc on one side and 10 mg on the other ## There are no oblong/square Oxycontin tablets, the name brand Oxycontin is only available as round tablets. The original formulation had the OC marking on them and the new ones have the OP marking on them. There are also none that I'm aware of that contain Oxycodone with Acetaminophen (Percocet) that just have a 10 on them and nothing else that match that description. Where did you find this information? ## Do oxycontin's come in square white pill with OP on one side and 10 on the other ## Was told this small white pill with 10 on one side and a P on other is an oxycodone?? Is it? I can't find any pics of it anywhere. ...
Updated 3 months ago in OxyContin.
Sun, Aug 13 '17, 11:18 AM
Darker blue M 30 oxycodone
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I got these out here in Washington and I see a lot of ppl claiming fake but if u Google M 30 oxycodone there are pics of the lighter blue/white ones and there are pics of the darker blue ones. These resemble the color of the V's in color. I've taken them several times. They feel a little stronger than a usual 30 (not much stronger) but they fed do the job and no weird side effects. I've been taking oxys and Roxis for 10+ years. I think they're real for sure. Every single time I get the same feeling. Never stronger or never weaker. I think Mallinkrot (spelled wrong I know) the maker is making a darker M 30 oxycodone now. Just thought I'd chime in and I can post pics if anyone would like. To me tho if they were some fake ones from overseas then there would be inconsist... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Oxycodone.
Sun, Feb 05 '17, 10:44 AM
Oxycodone Compound Picture
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Need some pictures of the blue and white oxycodone compound pics. ## Exactly what are you referring to as an Oxycodone compound? Are there any markings on the capsule in question? If so, that's what would enable it to be identified, the colors are not enough to enable anyone to do so. Learn more Oxycodone details here. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Oxycodone.
Tue, Nov 06 '12, 3:29 PM
white oxycodone 15 r p question
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I really wish we could pics of this because I found one that says r then the slash then p on one side but the other side must have got wet or something because i can't see it so just with the r p on one side does this mean it's a roxicodone or is there other medications with this on it? Just wondering ## Hello, KC! How are you? Yes, there are other medications that also use the RP logo on them, Rhodes Pharmaceuticals uses it on all of their products, so there's no way to be certain what you've found, without knowing the rest of the imprint. The FDA classifies Oxycodone as 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? #... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, Dec 16 '16, 7:12 PM
White Round Pill With Oxy 10 Imprint
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I found à white round pill With oxy 10 imprinted on IT could IT be an oxy? ## Hi megan, The white round pill you are describing is a generic 10mg Oxycodone tablet. Oxycodone comes in various forms and is used to treat moderate to severe levels of pain. For more information about this drug please refer to the link below... If you have any more questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to help you. ## R there any pics of this specific pill? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Oxycodone.
Sun, Apr 29 '12, 2:34 PM
My maroon/brick red colored 60 mg Oxycontin replaced with??
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I know my maroon/brick red color 60 mg oxycontin was replaced with a VERY believable look alike by a so called friend and these pills have no markings on them, just the same color and size. Since I'm in PM I am worried out of my mind!!! What could these be? Any pics would be helpful too!! Thank you in advance!!! ...
Updated 2 years ago in OxyContin.
Sat, Oct 31 '15, 11:17 AM
Fake OC 40???
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Got a pill that had OC on the front and 40 on the back...Took it and felt nothing... Looked at pics online and noticed the 4 on the 40 imprint was different. .. the online pics has the 4 open and not joined...Actually mine looked like ( 40).. the 4 is closed not open... im thinking its fake.. ## Hello, Rufus! How are you? It most likely was, because these are no longer being manufactured. Purdue changed the formulation to help prevent abuse and the new tablets use the marking OP on them. They discontinued the original formulation with the OC on them. The FDA lists Oxycodone as being 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. It's best not to take anything that hasn... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, Jan 30 '15, 5:37 PM
Is this Suboxin.
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Guy we are helping out takes Suboxin. He ran out and took 7 750 Vicodin in the morning and another 7 later that night. The next day he said he went to the dr and got more Suboxin. This was the 2nd and no one was open. He came home with a very large round dark pink pill. None of the pics for Suboxin match. What could it be? This guy used to be an RN and got hooked on oxy. I have a 6 year old in the house and am worried. This is the first incident in 4 months. ## It is actually not safe to inject any medication that has not been specifically formulated to be used that way. Tablets, especially time released formulations, contain fillers and not all of them are meant to be broken down by the human body. They are normally just expelled in your waste, however, if you inject them, you are putt... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Vicodin.
Sun, Feb 26 '12, 2:38 PM

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