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Q: what is a percocet in a round only gold orangeish pill one side 93, the other side 9652

the pill is orangeish, round like a baby aspirin,it is percocet (so I was told by my pharmasist/ )  it is nmbered 93 0n one sign and ZB95 on the other.  Can you please explain this?  I am scared to  take it.


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Scooter, Community Member
10/22/09 8:16pm

I looked it up on WebMD. It is the generic form of Compazine. It is 10 mgs.Compazine is used to treat severe nausea and vomiting. I wish you the best.   Scooter

Spooky, Community Member
10/24/09 11:30pm

It is not percocet.  Assuming your first description (93 on one side, 9652 on the other) itt is prochlorperizine, which is an antihistamine usually prescribed for nausea and vomiting, and occasionally for reducing anxiety in schizophrenia.  It's related to promethazine, also used for those same purposes.  I take promethezine for nausea that my pain and cancer meds cause and it's very effective for  easing severe nausea but it can make you a little drowsy.  The only thing I know of with ZB95 on it is a deworming medication and I can't imagine why you would have one of those.  I am also suspicious that you are asking a pain board about what you think is percocet but you are afraid to take.  If it were prescribed for you why don't you just drop by the doctor who prescribed it for you's office and have the office staff confirm it's the right medication?  If you are looking to get high, you've been had.  This drug will help if you're vomiting or a schizophrenic and it will probably even help severe itching as it's in the antihistamine family.  You can't get high on it, but there's no reason to be scared of it, either.

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