White Round Pill T 132 With Line On Other Side

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White round pill t 132 with line on other side

I went to Walgreen to get my script of 5mlg percocet and they were "t 132". I've never seen them before so I asked them were they generic, but they woudnt say. ## Hi Titus, Is there any chance your pill says T 192 as opposed to T 132? Other dosage forms of Percocet go by T 193 and T 194, as products of Camber (Endo) Pharmaceuticals. The T 192 imprint is indicative of Oxycodone (5mg) + Acetaminophen (325mg); a generic form of Percocet. NDC: 31722-192-05 Size (mm): 12 Inactive Ingredients: -Silicon Dioxide -Crospovidone -Microcrystalline Cellulose -Croscarmellose Sodium -Povidone -Starch, Pregelatinized Corn -Stearic Acid -Fd&c Blue No. 1 You can also view an image of the pill & bottle at: camberpharma.com/products/oxycodone-and-acetaminophen I hope this helps! ...

Updated in Percocet
round white tablet ml

small round white pill line thrrough middle of one side and 132 on the other side also 1 small round pill with the letters BL on one side and on the other a line through the middle with the letter F at the top and 4 0 at the bottom ...

MLX 132

white, round ## I have found a round with pill with MLX on the top and 132 on the bottom with a line in the middle the other side is blank no score. Wondering what this is. ## It's an iron plus vitamin c pill, i take them. ## its an iron plus vitamin c pill ## Marlex Pharmaceuticals lists this tablet as containing 325mgs of Acetaminophen, it is a generic for Tylenol, and available over the counter. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, stomach irritation, and headache. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Just as an additional note, the pill I identified is listed with the marking MLX 123. I could not find anything listed with the marking MLX 132. Does anyone have information on one with those markings? ...

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what does generic percocet 5mg look like

I just got my 'percocet" from Walgreens. I have been taking them for several years and they always look the same. This time the pill is shaped different, smells weird and has t132 on one side and just a line on the other side. Its still white and in a round shape but it's bigger and thinner. Is this a generic Percocet 5-325? Please help. ## Hi Dee, A white round pill with "T" over "132" on one side and blank on the back is identified as generic Oxycodone + Acetaminophen (5/325mg); used for moderate to severe pain relief. Manufacturer: Camber Pharmaceuticals National Drug Code: 31722-192-01 (5/325mg) Inactive Ingredients: colloidal silicon dioxide, croscarmellose sodium, crospovidone, microcrystalline cellulose, povidone, pregelatinized starch, stearic acid an... ...

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