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yellow rectangular tablet. E 712 and 10 325
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    Default yellow rectangular tablet. E 712 and 10 325

    I think this maybe some generic form of percacet. Please help me ID
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    Rich

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    Please double check the numbers after the "E".

    Thanks.


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    Okay, thanks.

    Yellow oval tablet, debossed with “E712” on one side and “10/325” on the other side is Endocet and contains 10 mg hydrocodone and 325 mg acetaminophen. Endocet is generic Percocet.

    More info: http://Endocet.drugs.com/


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    thank you

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    Aren't endocet's oxycodone,not hydrocodone?

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    Aren't endocet's oxycodone,not hydrocodone?

    You are absolutely correct.

    Sorry - I don't know how I wrote the wrong "codone" in the post. [:0]

    It's definitely oxycodone.


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    I wt4 have received hundreds of emails saying that I have new posts when I don't, how do I stop this or remove my post

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    I wt4 have received hundreds of emails saying that I have new posts when I don't, how do I stop this or remove my post

    Hi Wt4,

    You may have accidentally subscribed to the entire forum. I did it when I was new and had many emails too!

    Look at the top center of the main page for Pill Identification (the page where you see all the page numbers). Just below the New Topic folder, there should be a link that says Unsubscribe from this forum. Click on it, and a pop-up will ask if you want to unsubscribe. Hit OK and you should receive no more emails!

    Good luck.


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