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Q: I've looked everywhere but can't figure out what this pill is : it is a white oval pill, it has "watson" imprinted over "825" on one side, and a score on the other, it's about as long as my thumbnail. I believe it is oxycodone. Erowid's help would be greatly appricated!!!

A: According to the Drug Identification Bible, the tablet you describe ("Watson / 825") contains 10 mg Oxycodone and 650 mg Acetaminophen. It is produced by Watson Laboratories.



Asked By : MVanityOverdose
Answered By : fire
Published Date : 3 / 6 / 2003
Last Edited Date : 3 / 9 / 2007
Question ID : 3037

Categories: [ Opiates ] [ Pharmaceutical ID ]

Ask Erowid v1.7 - Jul, 2005

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