Find Drug Store Within Area Code 08052 Endocet 10 325 Yellow

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John Dalbey Says:


i am looking for a drug store who has a quantity of 240 Endocets 10/325 yellow within or near zip code 08052



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David Says:

I found a pharmacy-locator site, that uses your zip code to find nearby pharmacies within a given mile range. There's roughly 25 different pharmacies within 10miles of your zip code based on this:
https:/­/­netcard.welldynerx.com/­Member-Services/­Pharmacy-Locator.aspx

Phone numbers and addresses are included in the list after you verify your zip code; so I would suggest calling a number of them to see if anyone can fill your prescription. You may have to consider getting a few smaller prescriptions from different places to fit your need if no one has 240 available.

Hope this helps!

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mari Says:
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i can only use endocet as the fillers in the other brands make an allergic reaction, living in zip code 98034

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Deb Says:

I'm looking for a pharmacy that carries qualitest endocet 10/325 in the 75217 area code. Please help

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mari Says:

Thanks.

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Patricia Says:
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75253 zip code I need drug stores in this zip code 75253

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Froggy Says:

me also about endocet 10/325 with 712 on it. every place around here does not carry them anymore. does anybody know where in the 71106 area code does , or at least an exact replacement for them. had to get oxycdone apap and they just are not the same and really suffer because there is a huge difference. they just dont work. Pharms say oh there the same with the same stuff in them ,but i know they dont work, in fact make me feel really bad instead of some better like endocet does. Help. what to do?

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