Looks just like percocet 10/325 but has E 712 instead of "percocet".
13 Jun 2004
The pill you have is ENDOCET (Oxycodone and Acetaminophen Tablets, USP) 10 mg/325 mg:
Yellow oval tablet, debossed with E712 on one side and 10/325 on the other.
You will find an image at http://www.drugs.com/pill_identification.html
18 Jul 2011
This is a Percocet it is just the generic version. It Is made by Endocet Pharm, which actually makes the brand name version of Percocet. It is 10mg of Oxycodone and 325mg of APAP (Acetaminophen). I know this because I myself have taken these in the past for chronic pain and double checked with the pill identifier
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1 answer • 18 Apr 2010
whats the difference oxycodone 10/325 (generic Percocet) & Endocet also Watson 932?
1 answer • 7 Jun 2011
oxycodone / acetaminophen
2 answers • 6 Mar 2013
Orange round tablet with arrow looking imprint on one side and nothing on the other side
1 answer • 28 Apr 2013