Picture Of Yellow Pill M P 30 Oxycodone

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oxycodone pictures
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small blue pill. scored on one side. A on one side of scored line 215 on other side ## Located a match it's Oxycodone 30 mg, which is used to treat pain (moderate to severe levels). To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## What pill is it ?? It's a white pill with on one side a blank with a line and the other is write 5 oxy Thanks ## What color are the oxycodone 15 mg. ## a light yellow oblong tablet with ul on one side and 15 on the other side was told these was perocet ## I have a small white football shaped pill with to on one side 15 on the other. Can you help identify this for me? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Sun, Sep 04 '16, 11:03 AM
oxycodone k35 picture
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I would like to view an oxycodone 30marked k 35. ## Hi Wes, From what I'm seeing online there doesn't appear to be an Oxycodone tablet with K 35 as an imprint, let alone 30mgs. The closest looking Oxycodone 30mg pill I found is round and blue with a marking of K | 9. It's also made by a company called KVK Tech; who would subsequently or seemingly be the maker of any similarly marked Oxycodone pills; however, there are none fit that description which leads me to believe that the marking was possibly misinterpreted based on a counterfeit/foreign/or different type of medication altogether. NOTE: There's also a round yellow over-the-counter pill with a K 35 marking that is reportedly identified as Acetaminophen (194mg) + Aspirin (227mg) + Caffeine (32mg). Any chance this cou... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Wed, Feb 18 '15, 2:26 PM
Roxicodone (oxycodone hydrochloride) Tablets USP, CII 30 mg, generic from India
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I recently received some roxycodone's 30mg from India and they don't look anything like original blue 30mg roxies.. They look like maybe watson 10/500 hydro/apap or maybe 7.5 hydro/apap with lots of filler.. What was strange is the sealed packaging actually says roxycodone and describes the little blue pill with the 54 199 imprint used to identify the roxy's. These don't have any imprint on them. I'm sure they're not real or maybe some other sort of pill, but I'm very curious to see what the picture database pulls them up as (if anything as they're generic yellow looking capsules, but I also have the 10-pack packaging that claims there roxy's they were sealed in for reference as well. ## India has different marking rules than the FDA here in the US. T... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Roxicodone.
Fri, Jul 21 '17, 7:26 PM


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