Skip to Content

Whats the difference in oxycodone pills when they have a A M and V imprinted on them?

Question is Closed
Report Favorite

Answers (1)

29 May 2012

Here is a link to Oxycodone pills - none are imprinted with AM V though.

If you are talking about the letters that are on one side of the pill, they denote the manufacturing company.

Votes: +0

Further Information

Search for questions

Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.

Similar Questions

Identification of supposed generic Oxycodone 15 mg?

Recently the pills I have recieved for my prescribed Oxycodone have changed to a small round yellow tablet with no imprinted information on either ...

3 answers 25 Jul 2009

What is this pill - with 'oxycodone as' imprint?

what is a pill with 1400 imprinted on a red pill it is suppose to be a generic oxycontin 60 mg. is it?

1 answer 15 Oct 2009

What is the difference in a 7.5mg vicodin and a 15mg oxycodone?

i know one is hyrocodone & one is oxycodone--- ok- how many vic.would equal 1 15 mg bo.codones?

1 answer 28 Jan 2010

Is there a difference between these 2 xanax?

I have two xanax pills. Both are rectangular. One is white and has G3722 imprinted on it. The other is yellow with R039. I have read that they are ...

1 answer 16 May 2010

What is the difference between the oxycodone imprinted with 512 than the one imprinted with 4839/V?

I was switched from a 512 imprint to a 4839/V imprint by my pain management doctor... and my body can tell the difference. The new tablet is not ...

1 answer 28 Jan 2015