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    New Birth Control Recall
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Heads up! Click the link for full information. In summary:

    Seven lots of generic birth control pills have been recalled.The new recall is not linked to the previous recall of Pfizer birth control pills. The pills recalled by Glenmark, made and packaged in India, must be taken in order -- but the recalled packages are put together backward. This means women may take the wrong pills on the wrong day, putting them at risk of unwanted pregnancy.
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