Imprint on one side is BP-CAP. On the other is 75 MG. Oblong shape; light pink in color.
Since there are thousands and more pills be your own detective- where, when, how did you find it. Does someone around you take medication or have a condition for which they may take medication? There are reference books with pictures of pills for just the purpose of identifying loose pills. Your local library or a bookstore will probably have such a book. You could also ask a pharmacist. The side that says 75 MG is probably telling you that it is a 75 milligram dose. I have been a medication nurse and know pills can be tricky. The same drug may even be a different color in a different dose. The BP-CAP side may indicate a manufacturer or drug. The pictorial drug book would have the exact pill, purpose and common dosages.
Needless to say NEVER take an unknown pill.
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