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There will be so many of these now that you have a baby/child. My rule of thumb, is if i think we have it and it was cheap, just throw it out, if it was spendy, then check the numbers to make sure and follow directions of a fix or exchange. Have you signed up for the recall notices?Heather
No - there's a way to sign up? Yup, I would probably just throw them away, but I need to have good ones on hand in case she starts teething soon.
I talked to the pharmacist at Target and she said she hadnt heard of any generics being involved. I am keeping mine and calling the manufacturer and requesting coupons for a replacement. It is messed up, and considering I spent money on their product the least they can do is replace it.With this recall it isnt because the product is unsafe, just not effective enough.
http://www.recalls.gov/sign up, there are lots, i usually throw the emails away, i used to check them more often, but have been lax about it lately...Heather
Thanks for talking to the Pharmacist. I saw that the recall was because of the dose - I just didn't know in which direction. Let me know what the mfg says about coupons.
http://www.saveathomemommy.com/2010/05/infant-medicine-recall-and-replacement/there is a form available for either coupons or refund...now to dig out all our bottles...