Pill T 189 Oxycodone

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t 189 oxycodone pill

Has anyone gotten severe abdominal pain from taking these pills? I've been on oxycodone for years and never had pain from taking it. My pharmacy switched brands and now everytime I've taken it I've had severe pain in my right, mid to upper quadrant. I've tried eating. I've tried more water. I'm at a loss considering I have 27more days to go till a new script and I'd have to find a new pharmacy. ## Hi Devin, Sorry to hear about your situation. "Stomach pain" is actually listed as a side effect of Oxycodone at: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMHT0011542 NIH.gov goes on to note that you should contact your doctor right away if you experience such symptoms. My theory is that it probably has something to do with the different set of binders/fillers in this ... ...

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Round blue pill 44189 on one side and blank on other side

Generic Name: Oxycodone Immediate Release (new fourmula) Strength: 30 mg Size (mm): 10 X 4. Imprint: 44189. ## Yes I just filled the same at rite aid and they didn't taste exactly the same as my m box's but there really strong 44 189 ## A round blue tablet with the marking 44 189 is nothing more than an over the counter Diphenhydramine tablet that is used to treat allergies and as a sleep aid. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including drowsiness, dizziness, headache and dry mouth. If someone told you it was an Oxycodone tablet, they were not correct. Is there anything I can help with? ## Light blue round pill with 44 189 on one side and the other side is blank. What is it? ...

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 NDC 31722-918
Oxycodone Hydrochloride 30 mg Oral Tablet by Camber Pharmaceuticals Inc ## Markings: T;189 ## Shape: Round ## Color: Yellow ## Package Codes: 31722-918-01, 31722-918-05 ## Active Ingredients: Oxycodone Hydrochloride

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