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I have a white pill with U17 on one side and clank on the other side oblong shape.
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An_257470 posted:
I was taking Percocet 10/325 and my doctor changed them to this new pill with U17 imprinted on one side and blank on the other side. Is the still a percocet? generic name? please someone help me.
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davedsel2 responded:
The best thing you can do is to call your pharmacist. They will know what they prescribed.
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Blessings,

-Dave
 
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An_255813 responded:
y r u asking us?? doesn't the prescription bottle's label tell you what it is?? where did you really get this pill??
 
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ctbeth responded:
I don't buy it, either.

If you're a pain management patient, your MD and you would discuss your meds.

If you had a prescription, the name of the med is on the bottle, and was on the Rx.

If you've been given a pill from a friend, that's you're business, but appealing to a pain management community to help you identify it, that's a different story.

Try not to kill yourself, ok?
 
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cweinbl responded:
I think it's from a German U-Boat. But ask your pharmacist before you send it back to Europe.
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