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Motrin Infant Drops


Recall date: September 6, 2013

Name of product: Motrin Infants’ Drops in ½ fl oz size, Original Berry Flavor

The Hazard: A lot of the baby pain reliever/fever reducer was found to contain tiny plastic particles about the size of a poppy seed.

Description: About 200,000 bottles are being recalled because a lot was found to contain tiny plastic particles during manufacturing. That lot did not go to market but other lots made with the same batch of active ingredient, ibuprofen, are being recalled. The recalled bottles have the following lot numbers: DCB3T01, DDB4R01, DDB4S01. UPC code for all is 300450524157.
What to do: If you find the recalled product in your home, stop using it and throw it away. Consumers wishing for a refund should call 1-877-414-7709.

Author: Marianne Halterman

Marianne is a member of the SafeKids Coalition of the Central Shenandoah Valley. is an informational site devoted to keeping children safe and informing parents, family members and caregivers of current issues affecting child health and safety.