It's a blue pill but only the coating is blue. The inside is white. It looks like a 30 mg oxycodone but it's not. It's thinner than an oxycodone and it has a coating on it. Real oxycodone doesn't have this coating.
are the M and the 30 on the same side of the pill, and is it a scored pill with the m on top and the 30 on the bottom? and finally is it a darker blue than the oxycodone? I am prescribed the 30mg oxycodone, and they are light blue, and the M and the 30 are the only imprints on the pill (unless you get V's or A's at the pharmacy), but they are on opposite sides of the pill. and the M oxys are kind of thick as you said. If the pill you are looking at meet the description I just mentioned it may be a benzo calledclorazepate. That is the only other pill i know of with a M and a 30 on it that is blue and round. I hope this helped, but there are so many medications out there you never know.
- Oxycodone Information for Consumers
- Oxycodone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Oxycodone (detailed)
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