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    I am trying to identify a round white tablet that says Watson 933 on it. I know it is a percocet, but I don't know if it is a per 7.5 or a per 10. Anyone know? The pill identifier is no help at all answering that question.

  • #2
    10mgs.



    My information is not guaranteed correct. I do not get them right all the time, but I do enjoy the hunt~

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    • #3
      I think this pill is

      OXYCODONE 7.5 MG / ACETAMINOPHEN 325 MG
      Imprint Code WATSON 933
      Description white, round tablet

      You can confirm this info on the watsonpharm.com website.

      Info at https://www.drugs.com/imprints/watson-933-6774.html
      Last edited by Anonymous; 10-06-2016, 10:16 PM.

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      • #4
        Heres a link to the Watson site. Type in 933 in the upper left corner for search. It shows 933 as a 7.5 percocet.

        Looks like Robo is right.

        Jonesing
        Last edited by Anonymous; 01-21-2016, 08:01 PM.

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        • #5
          They are correct, sorry. It is a 7.5, I did a search on here, instead of double checking wallsrx.com.



          My information is not guaranteed correct. I do not get them right all the time, but I do enjoy the hunt~

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          • #6
            Next time you have a situation like that just Google "Watson 933" -- I went to a new pharmacy and was given 7.5/325 percocets and was expecting an oblong pill; but instead received a round tablet with a Watson 933 imprint. I first thought the pharmacy made a mistake and gave me 5.0/325 -- but I Googled it and found this info on Watson's site.

            OXYCODONE/APAP TABLETS 7.5/325 mg 100s CII
            NDC: 00591-0933-01
            *Compare to: Percocet®, a registered trademark of Endo Laboratories Color/Shape: White: Round
            Inscription: WATSON 933
            Orange Book Rating: AA

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            • #7
              rocko

              Originally posted by cassiebuddy View Post
              I am trying to identify a round white tablet that says Watson 933 on it. I know it is a percocet, but I don't know if it is a per 7.5 or a per 10. Anyone know? The pill identifier is no help at all answering that question.
              7.5 milligram is the answer to your question

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              • #8
                7.5 milligram is the answer to your question

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                • #9
                  watson 933

                  that is a 7.5 mg percocet

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                  • #10
                    Well everyone, thank you very much for all the confirmation on the oxycodone dosage of Watson 933.

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                    • #11
                      They are 7.5's my friend.

                      Your looking at 325mg of Acetaminophen and 7.5 mg's of Oxycodone.

                      That is if you have a circle shaped white pill with WATSON 933 on one side and just a white plain back on the other.

                      Thank you,

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by devstream View Post
                        Next time you have a situation like that just Google "Watson 933" -- I went to a new pharmacy and was given 7.5/325 percocets and was expecting an oblong pill; but instead received a round tablet with a Watson 933 imprint. I first thought the pharmacy made a mistake and gave me 5.0/325 -- but I Googled it and found this info on Watson's site.

                        OXYCODONE/APAP TABLETS 7.5/325 mg 100s CII
                        NDC: 00591-0933-01
                        *Compare to: Percocet?ƒ?€š?‚®, a registered trademark of Endo Laboratories Color/Shape: White: Round
                        Inscription: WATSON 933
                        Orange Book Rating: AA
                        I had the same confusion today. I had been prescribed Percocets, but received the Oxycodone-Acetaminophen combination [7.5/325] instead. Well, it turns out they are one in the same. Percocets are just the brand name.

                        Per Wikipedia... the original Percodans were marketed by DuPont, and consisted of an Oxycodone-Aspirin combination. Meanwhile... the white oblong M366 caplets are a combination of Hydrocodone-Acetaminophen. I think that's where the confusion lies: Oxycodone >>. Hydrocodone.

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                        • #13
                          I think this pill is

                          OXYCODONE 7.5 MG / ACETAMINOPHEN 325 MG
                          Imprint Code WATSON 933
                          Description white, round tablet

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