Pfizer Recalls 1 Million Birth Control Packs

In a massive packaging "mix-up," Pfizer, Inc. is voluntarily recalling at least a million packs of Lo/Ovral-28 birth control pills and generic equivalents that contain an "inexact" number of active pills. The error could raise the risk of accidental pregnancy for women.

For more information on the recall, click here to visit the F.D.A. website, which provides the lot numbers and brand names of the affected products.

In an unrelated product liability lawsuit, attorneys from the law firm of Dreyer Boyajian LLP are interviewing potential clients that may have been harmed after taking birth control such as Yaz, Yasmin, Beyaz and Ocella. These pills have been associated with increased risk of blood clots, pulmonary embolisms, and other cardiovascular and gallbladder complications. If you or a loved one suffered an illness after taking any of these contraceptives, contact us today.


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