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What You Need to do if Your Medication is Recalled

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Many people take important medications every day. Some need pain killers like Hydrocodone/Ibuprofen to manage symptoms and live a normal life. Others are taking antibiotics like Amoxicillin to fight potentially dangerous infections. But drug recalls happen often and that can cause problems. Recalls may happen because of things like labelling issues, or more serious concerns like medication mix-ups or potential health hazards. The FDA or the makers of a drug may issue a recall for over the counter or prescription medications. It’s important to know what to do if your medication is recalled and how to deal with the issue quickly and calmly. Here’s what you should do if you find one of your medications has been recalled:

Always Inspect Your Medication

Even if your medication is not recalled, it’s important to be inspect your medications. If anything seems strange or suspicious such as a weird smell, disturbances in the packaging, or if the medication looks odd, contact your doctor or the manufacturer right away.

Discounts and Prescription Coupons

You should be able to get a refund for recalled medications. And you may be able to use a discount when buying a replacement prescription. RxLess can help you find a discount card or coupon for your medication. These discounts can significantly bring down the price of your prescription, possibly even more than your insurance coverage. Simply visit our site and search for a discount on you medication.

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