Is it gabapentin?
It's highly unlikely. Any prescription pill is required to carry some kind of mark so that it may be easily identified. Although most non-prescription meds also are stamped with some identifying mark, some aren't. So if the pill you have had no identifying marks at all, its most likely a non-prescription pill, or something that was illegally manufactured, and should be disposed of.
My Gabapentin is half yellow half white, but with a marking of APO 113. I have to agree with the other response that if the pill is unmarked, then it's a good idea to dispose it.
You can go to the pill identifier part of this website
- Gabapentin Information for Consumers
- Gabapentin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Gabapentin (detailed)
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