White Oblong Pill T 133

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White oblong pill with one side blank and T 133 on the other

It is supposed to be a pain pill but it's not working at all. I have been prescribed the medicine and it always worked well enough to allow me to function, but this new pill doesn't work. I think they gave me the wrong medication. Can anyone verify it's contents? ## Hi Roxanne, Is there any chance your pill says T 193 as opposed to T 133? I haven't come across any specific details on T 133, but T 193 is reportedly identified as a 7.5/325 mg generic Oxycodone + Acetaminophen tablet. For verification, the manufacturer is listed as Camber Pharmaceuticals and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 31722-0193. On a side note, there are numerous complaints throughout this forum on Camber Pharmaceutical products lacking efficacy. I hope this helps! ## I agree 100 perce... ...

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pill identification

Oblong, white with red flecks, says WATSON on one side and 3202 on the other. I think it's hydrocodone/analgesic but unsure. ## Came in sealed Actavis bottle phentermine 37.5 along with Zul.-Nr. 6137124.01.00, Also RX-Pharm and a barcode that is imprinted PZN - 1334246. The pills are imprinted LL40 on one side, backside is scored. They are a greyish color with blue specks. They are oval and are a tablet. I am not completely sure of what I have and have googled and contacted Actavis, with no response yet. If anyone knows what these pills are please let me know. Thank you! ## any info on the LL40 pill? I have also recieved this and do not know what it is. ## It is fake! It is supposed to be phentermine, but it's not! Do not take it. Wherever you got it from call them or email them... ...

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imprint code = 1337 - 800

white pill, oblong shape ## Sorry, I can't find anything under this, can you please double check the imprint? ...

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