Hello, I found a bunch of these pills scattered on the sidewalk. I've been searching for a while now to find out what they are and I can't find anything. They are light pink capsules, they say "N" on the top cap and "75" on the bottom cap in dark red. They are filled with little white beads. I found these in Ontario. And am really curious as to what they could be.
The pill you have found is Teva-Venlafaxine XR (venlafaxine) 75 mg manufactured by Teva in Canada. It is a generic version of Effexor XR, which is an antidepressant.
Description: Each extended-release, hard gelatin capsule, with peach cap and peach body, filled with white to off-white pellets, imprinted with "75" on the body and "N" on the cap, contains venlafaxine HCl 75 mg.
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