It's kinda a thick oval and is a dark red/pink/purple color. It is also shiny, sort of metallic.
All prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) drugs in the U.S. are required by the FDA to have an imprint code. If your pill has no imprint code it could be a vitamin, diet, herbal, or energy pill, or an illicit or foreign drug. It is not possible to accurately identify a pill online without an imprint code.
The subject in question here might be one of the generics for Advil®, Ibuprofen can and does look like the pill you described. Can't be certain though without the identifying numbers and letters printed on either side of the pill. Answer back with the alphanumerics in question and I will plug it into my huge database. Hope this helps some. >> Ray.
PS: Neurontin (gabapentin) and ibuprofen are not at all similar; have different mechanisms-of-actions and unique titrating doses.
- Gabapentin Information for Consumers
- Gabapentin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Gabapentin (detailed)
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