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.
What is this pill? Light pink capsule with N75 on it?
Question posted by Drea92 on 20 Sep 2014
Last updated on 22 October 2014 by pillzilla
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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