Published: Thu, May 31, 2018
Health Care | By Oscar Goodwin

TAYTULLA birth control packaging error — RECALL ALERT

TAYTULLA birth control packaging error — RECALL ALERT

But the four capsules without hormones were placed in the pack first, for the first four days of therapy, in place of the active capsules.

"Given the nature of the issue, controls and inspections in place on the packaging line, the recall is limited to one lot of Taytulla".

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Allergan, the manufacturer of Taytulla, announced Tuesday that it was issuing a nationwide recall of one lot of the pills, totaling almost 170,000 packs, after being notified of a packaging error by a physician. Allergan said that the incorrect order is significant enough to cause pregnancy.

The recall involves pills expiring in May 2019. Modern birth control pills that are lower in estrogen have fewer side effects than past oral contraceptives. Allergan notes that it won't be obvious that the pill are not in the correct sequential order. The brown placebo pills should be the last four of the pack. "The reversing of the order may not be apparent to either new users or previous users of the product, increasing the likelihood of taking the capsules out of order".

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According to STAT News, this is the only lot of sample packs that have been identified as incorrectly packaged.

The recalled pills were "physicians' sample packs", which are shipped directly to physicians who give them to patients, an Allergan spokesperson told Live Science; they weren't packs that were given to patients by pharmacists.

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