suppose to be 40 mg oxy but it has brown spots and its not like any pictures ive seen... also there is no coating ...
Something doesnt sound right. ABG 40 is the markings for oxycodone ER 40mg but it is usually an orange coated tablet with NO spots. It is a generic for OxyContin made by Teva. As far as I know, these arent even being produced anymore since Perdue has the patent on the new formulation of OxyContin, they arent making generic oxycodone ER like this anymore and havent for some time. I wouldnt trust it especially if you didnt get it from a reputable pharmacy but one of a more freelance variety or if you bought it online. Online "no prescription needed" pharmacies are well known for trying to pass off counterfeits. If it was given to you, it could be a fake and could be anything. I would just dispose of it. You might ask a pharmacist to look at it to be sure but it doesnt sound legit to me.
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