I thought the medication was an Advil because the its basically the same color, round and had a coating. However, I have reason to believe it is medication for a diabetic. The pill was round, coated, a burnt orange color and convex.
Is there not an accompanying pill bottle around that says what it actually is? It’s hard to know without the imprint on it. Hopefully this serves as a lesson to not just have pills laying around, especially ones that aren’t yours.
If the pill has numbers and/or letters on it, check the pill identifier here at drugs.com. It will tell you what you took. Also the Poison Control Center(google iit for the #) will tell you what to do if you are concerned about it causing you any harm. If there are NO markings it is probably NOT a diabetic med, (unless it looks like it got rubbed off) I'm pretty sure that markings are required on all pills that are sold as medication, in this case you can call Poison Control just to make sure it was not something harmful. Be sure to keep all meds in the containers, or package that they come in, or at the very least in any kind of non-breakable child proof container, especially if you have children or pets because they can be harmed by some of them, even if they are not harmful to you. Hope this answer helps :)
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