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Reumofan Plus Tablets Recalled for Undeclared Drug Ingredients

Filed August 29th, 2012 Laurie

Five-hundred lots of Reumofan Plus Tablets are being recalled at the consumer level by the manufacturer, Samantha Lynn Inc., due to findings of undeclared drug ingredients.

A sample analysis performed by the Food and Drug Administration found the product contains methocarbamol and diclofenac, which can result in hypersensitivity reactions and anaphylaxis and could cause a temporary and reversible increase in CNS depression.
No adverse events have been reported.

Reumofan Plus Tablets is used to treat muscle pain, arthritis, osteoporosis, bone cancer and other conditions.

The affected lots contain the lot number 99515 ex096 and an expiration date of 2016. The tablets come in a green bottle containing 30 lavender round tablets and were distributed worldwide via the internet.

Consumers who purchased the tablets from Samantha Lynn Inc. between Feb. 2012 and June 2012 will soon receive an email explaining their options. Consumers who purchased the tablets through another venue should contact their local FDA office, not Samantha Lynn Inc. Anyone who currently has the tablets in their possession should consult their physician before taking more of them, discard them, or return them to the point of purchase.

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