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Pictures oxymorphone imprinted with cresent ## Hello, Shades! How are you? Those would be tablets manufactured by Actavis Pharmaceuticals. They have a gray 7.5mg ER tablet with the numbers 261 on one side, a white 15mg ER tablet with the numbers 262 on one side, a yellow 40mg tablet with the numbers 230 on one side, a tan 20mg ER tablet with the numbers 229 on one side, a pink 30mg ER tablet with the numbers 263 on one side, an orange 10mg ER tablet with the numbers 228 on one side, and a pink 5mg ER tablet with the numbers 227 on one side. Do any of these match the tablet in question? The FDA classifies this medication 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. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxymorphone.
Thu, Mar 17 '16, 2:38 PM
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Show pictures of Oxymorphone imprinted with cresent on one side of tablet & numbers on reverse ## I just got my prescription filled. I get both oxymorphone er 20 mg and oxymorphone er 40 mg. This is what they look like. As you can see they have more binder than an equivalent global pharma er 20 mg. I placed a global pharma er 40 on the other size for a reference. I have not taken one yet but have been very happy with global pharmaceutical. I don't see how anyone could benefit from having more inert powder. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxymorphone.
Thu, Mar 17 '16, 4:21 AM
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i would like to find out how i could see a picture of this pill. ## the name of the pill is oxymorphone. opana. it suppose to be shaped like a stop sign and yellow ## I would like to find out what an opana looks like. I found a pill and not sure if thats what it is or not ## There are a number of different appearances of Opana. The extended release ones are shaped like a stop sign with a number inscribed on them indicating the dosage in milligrams. For example, a yellow Opana with the number 40 on it is the 40 mg dose, green with 20 on it is the 20 mg dose, etc. There are also normal release doses in 5 or 10 mg. The 5 mg dose is a blue round pill with E612 over 5, and the 10 mg dose is a reddish-pink round pill with E613 over 10. I hope this helps. If you can post back with the specific... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Opana.
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