Sandoz 80mg Oxy No Imprint

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Sandoz 80mg Oxy No Imprint

My doctor prescribed me 5mg endone and 20mg oxycontin on rare occasions when I knew I was going to need them. This was after months of physio, MRIs, and alternative meds. He recently retired, so I went to see his replacement. He spent about 30 seconds looking at my past scripts and said "you're clearly a drug addict, I'm not prescribing any of these," and kicked me out of the practice. So I asked around and eventually found Sandoz 80mg oxycodone (contin). They are still in blister packs, white on top, printed foil on the bottom, with the writing: Oxycodone Sandoze Oxycodone HCl 80mg Modified Release The pills are a darkish green, which can be scratched off to reveal a hard pressed white pill. My main concern, there is no stamp/imprint on the pill. Is that possible? Are t... ...

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is there a 80mg oxycodone with the imprint OX 80

The pill is round green and has OX80 on it I found this pill while walking around the local hardware store and a just curious what it is. ## Hello, John! How are you? No, there isn't one available in the U.S. with this marking, nor any other medication that I have been able to find in the NIH database. My best guess is that it is some type of over the counter product, since they are not required to register the imprints with the relevant government entities. Thus, it would be best to just dispose of it. Is there anything else I can help with? ## These are actually oxycodone 80mg time release from Manufacturer Aurobindo Seems like they are not very popular. I got my prescription filled with this brand and it was so-so, not as good compared to mundipharma, sandoz, lannacher, or activa... ...

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