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Triangular, white pill, A 260, pain killer, narcotic, no coating
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    Tinaplaster is offline New Member
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    Exclamation Triangular, white pill, A 260, pain killer, narcotic, no coating

    This is what my daughter took and she says she was told it was a dilata??? I have heard horrible things about these and I want to know if this is what she took. Please someone help me if you are familiar with this class of narcotics. She was told it was really strong but she didn't get sick and I'm worried she may get more. Again, the pill is white, triangular, no coating, with a line down the middle and it had an A on one side of the line and 260 on the same side of the pill but other side of the line. I did a lot of research and couldn't locate any picture of it and the dilaudids look similiar but I don't know!?!! I will be grateful to anyone who helps.

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    Cats Meow is offline Banned
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    A 260 is 8 mg hydromorphone HCL (Dilaudid), (not "dilata", a common mispronunciation), one of the strongest pain pills available. It's made by Activis.

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