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    flappo is offline New Member
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    Default more help E712 10/325 and E797 10

    small oval E712 on one side 10/325 on other. laRGER oval E797one side 10 on other. thanks

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    i'm not 100 percent sure, but i think the first smaller pill is an endocet, which is generic percocet, 10mg oxycotin and 325 mg acetomenephin

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    i used wall's medicine center's pill id and it said the first one is endocet 10mg; i looked on another id and it said the second pill w/ E797 is a percocet 10mg. hope this helps

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    small oval E712 on one side 10/325 on other.
    This pill is ENDOCET 10/325
    Each pill contains Oxycodone 10 mg and Acetaminophen 325 mg
    Imprint Code E712 / 10/325
    Description yellow, oval tablet
    Info at https://www.drugs.com/endocet.html

    laRGER oval E797one side 10 on other.
    This pill is ENDOCET 10/650
    Each pill contains Oxycodone 10 mg and Acetaminophen 650 mg
    Imprint Code E797 / 10
    Description yellow, oval tablet
    Info at https://www.drugs.com/endocet.html

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