I have a small almost flat round pale pink pill that suppose to be oxycodone 10 mg?
- 31 Mar 2013 by kissmeplz
- 31 March 2013
The FDA requires for pills/caplets/capsules, etc. to have an imprint, prescription and non prescription.
Besides without the imprint it is impossible to identify pills/caplets/capsules online.
Your pill could be a vitamin, a diet/herbal/energy pill, llicit or a foreign pill.
Masso's a pro at pill ID, but I've been on 10mg oxycodone IR before, and can say that yes, they are tiny round pink pills, mostly. Some manufacturers' are a lighter pink, some are a darker pink. However, I can't tell you 100% for sure that's what it is. Are there any imprints on the pill? If it is oxycodone, there should be an imprint on the pill.
- Oxycodone Information for Consumers
- Oxycodone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Oxycodone (detailed)
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