white round with oxy/1R then othe side 5
oxy/lr - 5 I believe is Oxycodone. Oxycodone is used to treat chronic pain and is a high level narcotic. Oxy/lr-5 is the same as percocet just minus the tylenol. I was on these pills a few years back. I had to really think about this identification because although I was 99% sure what it was, it looked like you typed oxy/1r. Perhaps checking with the phramacy can confirm 100%. The only thing that throws me off is that 1. I know a lot of times numbers and the such can be hard to Identify. If the pill us small, white and has oxy/lr /5 than im sure its oxycodone.
I'm sure you are very concerned where your son is getting these pills. I know I would be for sure. If you can try to get it out of him where he got them. I'm sure you have or will explain the dangers of such drugs and also explain to him someone is suffering in pain because now they are short pills. I did that with my son by adding that , it did make him feel bad to know that. i hope you can nip this in the butt before anything serious happens to him.
Also if its possible to return the pill to the person from which it came. People that are on these narcotics dont get overlap refills and each pill is counted right down to the next refill. If I may without sounding rude as i did this to my own son... if this behavior continues threaten to call the police on him. As i know from past experience, normally when they are caught it isnt their first time dealing with this type of thing. Its just the first time they got caught.
The pills my son took.. were my own and Although he knew i suffered in pain everyday, I made sure to really drill it in ... The consequences that can lead to such things and what he was doing to me also. Good luck and if possible keep me posted with how he is doing.
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