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    RECALL - BIRTH CONTROL (no joke!)
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    Amelia_WebMD_Staff posted:
    The Tylenol recalls may have given you a headache, but a baby???

    Yes, "Qualitest Pharmaceuticals is voluntarily recalling multiple lots of its birth control pills because of a packaging error that may leave women without adequate contraception and at risk for unintended pregnancy ."

    Check out the article to make sure you don't need a back up plan and a call to your doctor.

    Take care and stay healthy!
    Amelia
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