Motrin Recalls Infant Drops
The risk of tiny particles cited in Motrin Infants' Drops resulted in the recall of 200,000 bottles.
Tiny plastic particles have been spotted within the infants' drops, which as scary as that sounds, are 'not likely' to cause medical harm according to the pharmaceutical company itself.
However, it is risky enough to remain removed from the shelves, so the potential to cause harm must be substantial enough to make note.
Half-ounce bottles of the original berry flavor with lot numbers DCB3T01, DDB4R01, and DDB4S01 are the ones to look out for, and more importantly, avoid providing to your children.
Are you extra-cautious when giving your infant medication?