I found the pill on my son's floor. I am not ignorany as I have aleady raided 3 older childeren amf 6 grang kids. I juast want my 14 yr. old to get tje message. Pleae help ,e out.tweem mrnopspisojds & everything else tht a 52 oldmale can goth. PLase just udemental, I love mymchlffen and want to make sur3 Im an am doiung th dsme for ttttttttttttttttttttttnbemee
30 Dec 2011
If you have the pill in your hand you need either the numbers or if you can't see a magnifying glass.Then there is a tool on this website called pill identifier.If you click on that and enter the numbers that are on the pill you should get your results.Optionally you can type in the name of the drug and it will show you various pictures and milligrams but to be more accuarate.I would type the numbers that are on both sides of the pills just to be exact.Thanks I hope this helps you on your journey with your teenagers.:)Write me back if you can't find it out.
30 Dec 2011
I take oxycodone, 15mg & its a tiny round pill that is usually green is color. If it's oxycontin which is a long acting drug, I tried to look up with th 187 # in the pill identifyer, & came up with nothing. Is there anything on the other side? What color is it, & shape. You can check this out also, just go to the pill identifier at the top of the page. It is very helpful...
- Oxycodone Information for Consumers
- Oxycodone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Oxycodone (detailed)
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