I used to be prescribed this pain medication and I can't remember the pharmacutical name of it I just used to think they were like 15 mg percosets because I was given the prescription when after I brought my concern to my pain management Dr's attention that the percoset 10mg were not taking care of my pain. He said he up the strength so I thought he just upped the mg, but I can't find any percoset 15 mg info online. They were these real small round, green pills though. I don't recall the imprints if there were any. Please help me out.
19 Apr 2010
TLCgurl, Since you know how to use the pill identifier try this ... for the imprirint try M 15 light green and round it will more than likely come up as oxycodone which is a fair amount stronger than Percocet 10 and does not have 325 mgs.of tylenol in each pill like the Percocet (which will tear up your liver over a period of time). To the best of my knowledge they come in a 30 mg. strenght as well. Fall Queen
19 Apr 2010
im guessin they are roxicodone because they come in 5,10,15 mg and if the number is 54 710 then its roxane(brand name)but they dont make 15mg oxycodone mixed with aspirin or tylenol10mg is the highest, same with with hydrocodone so its gonna be roxicodone in my guess cause even oxycontin only makes 10,20,40etc.They do make 15mg morphine immediate release but I doubt it.
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