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pinkish orange pill with NR
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    libeyo is offline New Member
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    Ya a friend gave me two pinkish orange pills that are an oval shape and have a weird looking a on them (almost looks like an upside down e) and next to that is NR. Can anyone help? I also just found out that the weird a is abbott pharm. logo type thing.

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    kirby is offline Platinum Member
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    You are correct about the weird A being the Abbott logo. And Abbott uses letters instead of numbers on some of its pills. The company calls it "Abbo-code".

    Abbott logo and NR is Depakote Delayed Release Tablet (Tab DR 250 mg). The generic name is divalproex sodium.

    Depakote is used to treat some types of seizures, helps in bipolar disorder and is also used to prevent migraines.

    More info at www.Depakote.com

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