it is suppose to be a Canadian medication but I cant find it. and the small sr is above the 75
I have a triangle pill that is light pink with a big S on one side and sr/75 on the other side?
- 2 Jul 2013 by jamvic720
- 2 July 2013
Hi jamvic - I couldn't find anything that looks like what you are describing. You could take it to your pharmacist and have it checked out. But for your safety and the safety of those around you (and children), do not consume it or better yet... flush it and forget about it before someone else stumbles across it and takes it without thinking.
Our pill identifier does medications sold in the USA. I have 2 others, but they only do USA meds too. Your best bet would be to take it to the pharmacy and ask them.
This pill is Sandoz-Diclofenac (diclofenac) 75 mg, which is a generic version of Voltaren available in Canada. It is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) used to reduce pain, swelling and inflammation.
Description: Each light pink, triangular, biconvex tablet with "S" on one side and "SR 75" on the other contains 75 mg diclofenac sodium.
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