I have a light blue pill. It says MTP then there is a line under it & a 10. The other side says APO
Pill imprint MT 10 McNEIL has been identified as Pancreaze (43,750 USP units amylase; 10,500 USP units lipase; 25,000 USP units protease).
Your other pill is Apo-Methylphenidate (methylphenidate) 10mg, which is generic Ritalin. It is used to treat ADHD and is available in Canada.
Description: Each pale green, round, flat-faced, beveled-edge tablet, scored and identified "MTP" over "10" on one side and "APO" on the other, contains methyphenidate HCl 10 mg.
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