TAYTULLA birth control packaging error — RECALL ALERT

Faith Castro
May 31, 2018

In a statement, the company said four placebo pills were placed out of order in its sample pack of Taytulla.

As a result of the packaging error, taking the capsules out of order may place the user at risk for contraceptive failure, which could result in an unintended pregnancy.

They say the pack should have 24 capsules with hormones followed by four maroon capsules without hormones.

The company said their was a packaging error, according to a news release posted on the Food and Drug Administration's website.

Consumers with the recalled packs can contact their doctor about a return.

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Allergan issued a voluntary recall Tuesday of a brand of birth control after some of the pills were put out of order.

If the pills are taken out of order, the contraceptive might not work. Affected packs of Taytulla birth control came in a 28-count blister card that is supposed to have 24 "active" pink capsules and four maroon placebo capsules. May 2019 since August 27, 2017, and are concerned that you may be impacted by this issue, please consult with your physician.

Allegan is notifying customers by recall letter and is arranging for the return of the sample packs.

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The FDA's website has more information about the recall.

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