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Thank you for that Ruth, and I do take Lamotrigine, but it's from a different manufacturer called TEVA.
Your pharmacist should keep track of recalls and make sure that you don't get any. I found out that my pharmacist keeps track and that made me feel better that I can ask him if any of my medicines have any current recalls.Filed under FDA, Mylan
Date: February 3, 2015
The FDA and Mylan have issued a reminder of the company's ongoing voluntary recalls for antiseizure drugs manufactured by Mylan's UDL Laboratories. The anti-seizure medicine is 3,993 cartons of Lamotrigine tablets. In both cases the drugs were produced and distributed with active ingredients not manufactured according to Good Manufacturing Practices.
Wockhardt Manufacturing had the biggest recall. They are in India.