Safety Alerts & Recalls

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If you have any tramadol 50mg capsules in RelonChem or Kent Pharmaceuticals packaging you should stop taking them and return them to the pharmacy that supplied them. There are a number of other brands of tramadol 50mg capsules which are all equally effective. You should ask your GP surgery for a new prescription and your pharmacy will be able to dispense a fresh supply of tramadol 50mg capsules. If you have any questions about the contents of this alert, or your treatment with tramadol, you should discuss them with your pharmacist or doctor.

RelonChem Recalls All Unexpired Tramadol 50mg Capsules Over Fungal Contamination Risk

RelonChem Ltd is recalling all unexpired batches of tramadol 50 mg capsules due to the risk of fungal contamination. The product is presented in cartons of 30 or 100 capsules, in RelonChem or Kent Pharmaceuticals packaging. Tramadol is used to relieve pain.

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Source: MHRA
Publication Date: 2015-05-28
Last Updated: 2015-05-28

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