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    RECALL: 1 Million Birth Control Pill Packs
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    Amelia_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Not ready to revisit that beautiful round mama belly quite yet?

    Then, you definitely want to grab your pack of birth control pills to make sure that they weren't on this recall list from Pfizer .

    One million packs of Lo/Ovral-28 and generic norgestrel/ethinyl estradiol birth control pills were recalled, so please do check out our article with more info and the recalled list for yourself and to let others know.

    Take care!
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