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white pill with moon one side
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All of you out there investigating the half moon pills. Actavis makes a white round pill with a moon on one side and the #262 on the other. Be careful, these are oxymorphone 15mg. Used for pain. ## Hi June, Thank you for taking the time to share this information. For anyone else needing a second opinion, I can also confirm that these are identified as 15mg Oxymorphone hydrochloride tablets made by Actavis. However it should also be noted that they are in "extended release" form as well. For verification, the National Drug Code on these tablets are 00228-3262. You can learn more about this medication on the page for Oxymorphone Details Does anyone out there have personal experience or feedback from using this particular brand? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Oxymorphone.
Tue, Dec 31 '13, 2:50 PM
262 white round with moon one side
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does the 262 white round pill with half moon on the other side gel up when desolving in water ## @Jenny, Unless someone has experience doing this, there's really no way to know for sure without trying it first. Personally, I don't condone these types of "science experiments" if you're taking your medication illegitimately. But I know some people who aren't getting any relief at all because of the added security measures put into each tablet. If you have to continuously alter the medication to make it work better, it might even be best to ask your doctor for different prescription altogether. That's just my opinion though. Does it matter if the pill gels in water or not if you're just taking it orally anyways? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Sat, Mar 22 '14, 12:24 PM
54 262 White Round
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small round white pill that has 262 on one side and a half moon on the other ## Which tablet are you asking about? The pill with the 54 262 contains 30mgs of Morphine. The tablet with the Actavis logo and 262 contains 15mgs of Oxymorphone. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Morphine.
Mon, Feb 27 '12, 5:40 PM
crescent moon 232
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this pill is white with a crescent looking half moon on one side and 232 on the other ## Hi yusef, I've been trying to match this one up with a known pill. I assume you're talking about a pill within the United States? If not can you tell me what country? The only clue which I have so far is that the crescent looking half moon is the Actavis logo. For example, if you go to the Actavis web site, you can see that shape in their company logo. Is that what's on your pill? As to the specific numbers on it "232", is there any way that it might be "282" or something similar? I'm just asking because I could not figure out if they have a specific white pill with 232 on it. Their Oxymorphone extended release 15 mg matches your description, only it has "262"... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Oxymorphone.
Tue, Oct 02 '12, 11:33 PM
Round White Pill 262
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I just wanted to no if the 262 half moons can iv useable ? And if so how do u do it ? ## No! It is not safe to do that with any tablets. They contain fillers and not all of them are meant to be broken down by the human body, injecting them creates the risk of blockages that could lead to stroke or embolism. Learn more Oxymorphone details here. Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Oxymorphone.
Tue, Jan 08 '13, 4:43 PM

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