It has a big 'N' on one side and a big '10' on the other. The pill is small, white, and round. I believe the pill is used to relieve pain but I am not sure.
Is this in the US or Canada?
Here is Kirby's response to another reader who lives in Canada
An imprint of N 10 is pretty vague.
A quick search of Novopharm's site yielded three white round tablets imprinted N on one side and 10 on the other side.
Your pill could be ketorolac (NSAID), leflunomide (antibiotic), or olanzapine (antipsychotic).
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