What is the yellow pill with "E712" on it?


According to Drugs.com, the yellow pill with "E712" on it is Endocet, with 10 milligrams of oxycodone hydrochloride and 325 milligrams of acetaminophen. Doctors prescribe Endocet to alleviate moderate to severe pain.

Acetaminophen is a less potent pain reliever than the opioid oxycodone. It is combined with oxycodone in Endocet because acetaminophen increases the effects of the opioid drug. According to Drugs.com, it is potentially dangerous for a patient to take Endocet if she has recently consumed alcohol, other narcotics, sedatives or tranquilizers. Acetaminophen is known to cause severe liver damage in large doses. Individuals with liver damage or cirrhosis should consult with a doctor before taking Endocet.

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Not Med Advice: This is Endocet which is composed of 325mg Acetaminophen and 10mg Oxycodone. Ask 24/7!
1. Examine the yellow pills for any identifying characteristics. Note their shape, size and any colored patterns on the pills. Do they have any imprinting on them, including numbers
is this your pill? http://media.cornerdrugstore.com/dru...4/endo010b.jpg Endocet Acetaminophen 325mg Oxycodone 10mg ACETAMINOPHEN-OXYCODONE (Percocet(R), Roxicet(R), Tylox(R), Roxilox
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