Children’s Advil Has Been Recalled By Pfizer

By Admin on August 27, 2018

If you have Children’s Advil at home, you might want to check the packaging. The liquid bubble gum flavor has been recalled by Pfizer because of a mislabeled measuring cup.

According to KCRA, the dosage cup in the packaging is listed in teaspoons, but the bottle’s label is in milliliters. Because of this, it is easier for an overdose to occur. If you have a bottle in your house check the expiration date to see if it’s included in the voluntary recall.

If it has an expiration date of November 2020, you can take it back to the store and get a refund. Or, just make sure you are using a different dosage cup for the Children’s Advil that measures in milliliters. Or convert the measurement if you’re good at that kind of thing.

If you have questions,  you can contact Pfizer Consumer Healthcare’s Information line at 800-882-3845.

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