White Oblong Pill With Imprint U17

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white oblong pill with imprint u17
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Please tell my husband that my white oblong pills w/ U 17 on one side which I know for a fact are substituted for Percocet 10-325 mg tablets cuz it says so on my Rx bottle are the real deal & tell me what's the difference in mine & the yellow ones my mom used to get. ## Yes, this tablet is manufactured by Aurolife Pharma and they list them as containing 10mgs of Oxycodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, this is a generic for Percocet, which is a narcotic pain reliever. The yellow ones are manufactured by a different company, which is very common with generics. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, constipation, and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 4 months ago in Percocet.
Wed, Jun 21 '17, 8:56 PM
white oblong pill with imprint U 17 blank on other side
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What is this pill oblong white pill with U17 on one side and blank on the other, I was told it is Oxycodone.. ## Hi Kathy, A white oblong pill imprinted with U17 reportedly contains 325mg of Acetaminophen + 10mg of Oxycodone hydrochloride, used for moderate to severe pain. Apparently it is manufactured by a company called Aurolife Pharma. Containing Oxycodone is one thing, but the addition of Acetaminophen is something that should've also been conveyed to you by the "pharmacist", assuming that you did indeed obtain it legitimately. I hope this helps answer your question! ...
Updated 2 years ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, Feb 20 '15, 12:21 PM
is there a white oblong Percocet with u17 on one side
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I'm curious bc I had misplaced a couple of meds a lil while ago & recently found some but I'm not exactly sure what's what so could u be so kind to help me solve this mystery. Plz??Thanx???? ## White oblong tablet with imprint u17 is Oxycodone 10 mg/Acetaminophen 325 mg. ...
Updated 1 year ago in Percocet.
Thu, Jan 07 '16, 9:30 PM
half of oblong pill ending in 17
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I found a white oblong pill broken in half and all I can make out is 17 at the end. Anyone have any clue what this could be?? ## Hello, Alley! How are you? No, I'm sorry, but with only a partial imprint, there are just far too many possibilities to even hazard a guess, so far. However, I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. Does anyone else have an idea of what this might be? ## Very possible that what is missing is the "U" as in U 17 which is generic 10/325 Percocet/Acetominophen. ## I take Percocet 10/325, monthly. This rx I received through white oblong capsule u17 this time. Are they the same? Just as strong or stronger. Thank you I ...
Updated 3 years ago in Percocet.
Wed, Nov 19 '14, 10:39 PM


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