Came across a few pills when cleaning up and I'm not sure what they are. They are quite small, round, appear to be coated and have an imprint of "R10" in black letters on one side. There is no scoring or anything on the other side. They are peach, orangish-pink colouring.
What is this small, round pill with imprint R10?
- 30 Nov 2014 by mmmmmfaae
- 21 January 2015
Your pills match the description of Sandoz Rabeprazole (rabeprazole) 10 mg manufactured by Sandoz in Canada. It is a generic version of Aciphex used in the treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).
Description: Each pink, round, biconvex, enteric-coated tablet with "R10" printed on one side contains rabeprazole sodium 10 mg.
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