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Medication Recall - Tri-Lo-Sprintec

Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc., has recalled the below lot numbers of the Tri-Lo­Sprintec® 28 Day Regimen for birth control:

It is still safe to take, but it may not work to prevent a pregnancy as well as it should.

To see if your medicine is part of the recall, check the back of your Ti-Lo-Sprintec package for its lot number and expiration date. If it is not part of the recall, no further action is needed.

If it is part of the recall, you should start using a backup method of birth control (such as condoms) right away until you talk to your health care provider. Please contact your Local Health Unit or other health care provider as soon as possible to schedule a visit to discuss next steps. If you have any unused pills, please bring them to your visit. If you are seeking care from another health care provider, you can still return your unused pills to the Local Health Unit if that is where you got them. When scheduling your visit at the Local Health Unit, please let staff know that your medication is part of the recall.

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