Safety Alerts & Recalls
What does this mean?
iGuard is currently monitoring safety alerts for ibuprofen. If you have small bottles of Motrin IB/Ibuprofen in your home, look at the bottle to see if it is labeled with one of the recalled lot numbers SHC003 or SHC004. If you have any of the recalled product, the tablets may not work as well because these lots failed to dissolve properly when tested by the manufacturer. You may wish to either discard the recalled product or take it to the store where you bought it to see if they are willing to exchange it. Information about properly disposing of medications can be found here: http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ConsumerUpdates/ucm101653.htm
If you have any questions or concerns about Motrin IB or other ibuprofen products, or if you think you may be experiencing side effects, please follow up with your doctor.
Recall on Two Lots of Motrin IB/Ibuprofen Tablets, 200 mg, 8 count Coated Caplets
McNeil Consumer Products, Co. is recalling two lots of Motrin IB/Ibuprofen Tablets, 200 mg, 8 count Coated Caplets with the product number NDC 50580-110-68. Lot numbers SHC003 and SHC004 are being recalled because the tablets in these lots failed to dissolve properly when tested by the manufacturer.
Motrin IB is a brand name for ibuprofen tablets and is used as a pain reliever and fever reducer. These recalled tablets are packaged in bottles of 8 tablets. No other Motrin IB or ibuprofen products were involved in this recall.
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