These yellow pills are imprinted with T194 and supplied by Camber Pharmaceuticals, Inc.. and don’t work. I don’t feel any effects from this medicine, they do not provide relief as the previous prescriptions I have had in the past and I do not care for the yellow dye. But you can not return medicine to the pharmacy and I’m not receiving any refill from my constant pain.
Samanthacl... I am prescribed oxycodone/acetaminophen 7.5-325 for 5 years now, and my February refill was this new manufacturer as well, T193 which when I looked it up says it also contains HCL, which is not my prescription. Anyhow, I agree, they did not work for me. And to mention the previous response to this, about not being in withdrawal, of course she didn't have withdrawal, I didn't either, because there is in fact oxycodone in it ... I believe what she meant was that there was no relief, which is what I have experienced with this manufacturer, no pain relief. And honestly, there was no feelings at all that I get from taking these, such as sleepiness, and the slight euphoria that comes along with it. I will be making sure that my pharmacy does not give this to me again, it also made my stomach hurt, I'm assuming it was the HCL.
I'm a bit concerned that they even gave me these, as my prescription does not say OxyContin/acet/hcl... just supposed to be OxyContin/acet... unless they all have the hydrochloride in them, but I'm pretty sure I was given the wrong medication.
The hydrochloride means it’s a purer form of oxycodone. You shouldn’t worry . Just think of it as oxycodone’s Last name. All it means is there are no other substances mixed with the oxycodone during the manufacturing process. Your doctor is not altering your prescription. In fact this medication should be working better for you.
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