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light yellowish pill friend was told it's 10 mil percs but he's sceptical can you tell me for sure my friend isn't stupid. ## endo 122 ## Yes. It would be ok. Even though, you probably have taken it by now. :) ## This is an old tablet, but Endo listed as containing Acetaminophen, and Aspirin, it was a generic for Percodan. The FDA warned that it carried the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth, and constipation. However, it has been discontinued. Are there any questions I can help with? ...

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endo 122 what is it?

endo 122 yellow round, what is it ## I f you haven't had an answer to your question yet I can help. The Endo 122 pill is a very old Percodan.(Oxycodone with Aspirin) I belive that Percodan had that imprint until about 1985. Good Luck! ## Any clue about a really old, as in most likely from the 70's, Endo 158? I've searched for days and found nothing, tried pharmacists, even poison control. I was told that when they change a pill imprint, after 6 mos they don't have that info any longer!! I saw the 122, so was hoping you could help. Mine's a small round yellow scored pill with Endo and 158 under it. ## Yellow round has 122/Endo on one side McNeil on the other side. I know its hydrocodone and I think aspirin does anybody know the milligrams of hydrocodone on this ancien... ...

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