If you have one of these products at home, check the lot numbers against those in the linked recall notices. For both of these, only some lots are affected, and lots not on the recall lists are fine to continue using. If you’re not sure if your product was recalled, contact your pharmacy. If you need a new prescription to replace a recalled item, give us a call.
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