It is oblong shaped, pink/light red and has 36 printed on one side in small black ink. Any information would be helpful!
Unfortunately there doesn't appear to be enough info out there (yet) to confirm the exact identity of your pill. There are enough clues however to give you a fairly reasonable guess, and as you say that any information would be helpful, I am hoping that this info may at least help point you in the right direction.
Kremers Urban have started marketing a generic version of Concerta (used to treat ADHD) in strengths of 18 mg, 27 mg, 36 mg and 54 mg. The 18 mg and 27 mg strengths have been on the market longer (July 2013) than the 36 mg and 54 mg strengths (September 2013).
There are images available for the two lower strengths
but not of the two higher strengths. The color of the 36 mg and 54 mg pills is described as pink, but there is conflicting information on the shapes.
So I am guessing your pill is the 36 mg strength...
Pill imprint 36 has been identified as Methylphenidate Hydrochloride Extended-Release 36 mg.
Maybe your local pharmacist can confirm this for you?
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