I find these pretty small round white pills it has a M inside of a square on one side & on the back its has 15 with a line in the middle of the pill. I have had some people tell me they are 15mg percocet & some say its an OC. I don't know??? Thanks for any & all help.
24 May 2010
I looked for the info in the pill identifier. The closest thing I found was Northyx. Generic for Methimazole. Although it did not have an image of the pill, it is small, white, round, with an M, and 15 imprint. It's a generic medication for hyperthyroidism. The only other one was Meperidine. That is a generic for Demerol but only comes in 50 or 100mg which is imprinted on the pill. The image of this medication did not match (no square around the M), regardless of the manufacturer.
- Percocet Information for Consumers
- Percocet Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Percocet (detailed)
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my friend gave it to me saying it's a percocet, but i have never seen one like this before. anyone know what it is?
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