For anyone who has an EpiPen prescribed for severe allergic reactions, it’s important to be aware that there has been a very recent recall for certain lot numbers that were produced and sold in North America, Europe, Asia and South America. My understanding is that EpiPens with certain lot numbers have a defective injection mechanism and it has nothing to do with the medication, itself.
If you have an EpiPen, be sure to check the lot number which is embossed on one end of the packaging. The affected lot numbers are listed at the following link, as well as which number to call to notify the company, Mylan, and to ask for a replacement, which should be sent immediately to you. You will also receive instructions about how to return, postage-paid, any defective EpiPen:
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