What Does Generic 10 325 Oxycodone Look Like

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glokim Says:
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My pharmacy keeps trying to change my generic 10/325 percocet, I always check ahead of time to not get the crappy generics. So I have just been told the ones they have now are oblong, flat, yellow with markings E712 on one side & 10/325 on the other side. & was told they are made by Endo. Do you have any feedback on how good this particular generic is? I have chronic intractable pain so I rely on it for breakthru pain, I am also on 100 pgu Par brand fentanyl patch.

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David Says:


This is just my feedback from reading personal reviews here on MedsChat, but it appears that Endo is widely thought to be one of the better manufacturers of generic Percocet; at least to the extent of many patients here preferring it over other options.

On the contrary, each medication can affect each individual differently, whereas someone may respond more favorably to different manufacturer's versions depending on how well their body metabolizes the various binders/fillers that are being used from one tablet to another.

I suppose all you can really do is try it and hope for the best. And in the event that it doesn't provide the relief you're looking for, maybe you could ask your doctor at your next appt. to write out a script specifying a particular manufacturer that you've had success with in the past.

Hope this helps!

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Lisa Says:

Hi. In answer to your question, the generic 10/325 oblong and yellow are called Endocet. Made from Endo Labs. This is the BEST generic. Have tried most and always prefer these. Just about anyone I know that has taken these prefers this brand.

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mizzle 87 Says:
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The Endos are always a good choice. They are better than the other brands. I would always take 30 mgs but when I couldn't get any I would go looking for Endos. Endos are great. I've been clean for 3 years now so idk how they are now.

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Thescooponoxysis Says:
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Loved your post but most of all liked to see a fellow recovering oxymoron lol pun intended... Keep up the awesome work. Peace.

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Jerry Says:
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I have a filled prescription that supposed to be oxycodone (Percocet) 10-325. The pill is round and white with 44 104 imprinted on one side as the opposing side is blank. Is it true Percocet 10-325?

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J Says:
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Re: Jerry (# 5)

Hey, there is actually an entire thread addressing the exact pill you are asking about. What you have is not any kind of oxycodone. It is a generic 325mg Tylenol. If you search this site for 44 104 I’m sure you can find the thread. A google search of those numbers can confirm the same thing, it’s just plain old Tylenol.

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Mason Says:

Re: Jerry (# 5)

This pill (44 104), manufactured by Teva, is listed ONLY as Acetaminophen 325mg. It does not have Oxycodone in it. It is not a Percocet.

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