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    Default Small White Pill-10 on one side-small #'s on other

    Please help me >> this pill: It is a small white tablet...It has the number 10 on one side...On the other side the numbers are so small that I can barely read them..They could possibly be 5762 or S762 or E762, etc....I was told that it is a New Generic oxycontin 10mg..The bottle says: oxycodone HCLER 10 MG Tablend substitute for oxycontin 10mg Tablet SA PUR...Please Advise...Thank YOu....

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    Stallion is offline Senior Member
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    Endo's new generic OC 10's are marked E702 with a 10 on the flipside, and are round and white just like the brand name. Sounds like that's what you've got there.

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    For best results take the pill to your local pharmacy.



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    Cats Meow is offline Banned
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    I don't think pharmacists even look at the pills that they dispense, they're usually inept at pill >>. Stallion's >> is correct.

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