Recalled Infant and Children’s Tylenol List

childrens tylenol recallTylenol has recalled certain lots of of liquid medicine for infant and children because they may be contaminated with Burkholderia cepacia (B. cepacia) bacteria.

The children’s Tylenol recall affects certain batches of Children’s Tylenol Suspension; Children’s Tylenol Plus Cold / Allergy and Infant Tylenol Drops; Infant Tylenol Suspension; Children’s Tylenol Plus Cough and Runny Nose; and several other children and infant Tylenol products of various flavors and sizes.

B Cepacia has been known to cause pneumonia in those with weakened immune systems, such as infants, children, the elederly and sick people. The B. Cepacia bacteria was found in some of the ingredients used to make these Tylenol products.

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21 Recalled Infant & Children’s Tylenol Products:

  • Children’s TYLENOL Plus Cold MS Suspension 4 oz. Grape
  • Children’s TYLENOL Suspension 4oz. Grape
  • Children’s TYLENOL Suspension 4oz. Strawberry
  • Children’s TYLENOL Suspension 4oz. Bubble Gum
  • Infants’ TYLENOL Suspension 1/2oz. Cherry
  • Infants’ TYLENOL Grape Suspension Drops 1/4oz.
  • Children’s TYLENOL Dye Free Suspension 4oz. Cherry
  • Children’s TYLENOL Suspension 4oz. Cherry
  • Children’s TYLENOL Plus Cough & Runny Nose 4oz. Cherry
  • Infants’ TYLENOL Suspension Drops 1/2oz. Grape
  • Children’s TYLENOL Plus Flu 4oz. Bubble Gum
  • Children’s TYLENOL Plus Cold Suspension 4oz. Grape
  • Children’s TYLENOL Plus Cough/ST Suspension 4oz. Cherry
  • Infants’ TYLENOL Suspension Drops 1oz. Grape
  • Infants’ TYLENOL Dye Free Suspension 1oz. Cherry
  • Children’s TYLENOL Pediatric Suspension 1oz. Cherry
  • Infants’ TYLENOL Suspension Drops 1oz. Cherry
  • Children’s TYLENOL Plus Cold/Allergy 4oz. Bubble Gum
  • Infants’ TYLENOL Grape Suspension Drops H/G 1/2oz.
  • Infants’ TYLENOL Drops 1oz. Grape
  • Children’s TYLENOL Suspension 4oz. Cherry, Hospital Govt.

Contact McNeil Customer Care Center at 1-800-962-5357 if you have further questions.

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Everett Sizemore is the owner and Editor of US Recall News: http://www.usrecallnews.com. He is dedicated to educating people about consumer safety, social activism and corporate responsibility by bringing information to Americans about the products they use every day.

There are 69 comments. Add yours.

  1. Evelyn

    companies should test before putting product on the shelf, so they don;t have to recall a possible killer. SHAME ON YOU.

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  2. Nicole

    My story is a bit different, my two daughters were very sick after taking Tylenol. One of my daughters didn’t make it. My other hasn’t been the same since she has taken it. Please help! Does any one know if there is a case action for Johnson & Johnson?

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  3. paola

    i didnt want to take a chance and just threw mine away! i dont care about the refund, and i definitely do not want another bottle! ill stick with generic brands for now.

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  4. Diana

    Ok so here’s the deal with what’s going on with the products that i have, i guess i own a couple of products being recalled and here they are…

    *Childrens Motrin Grape Flavor 4oz. NDC 50580-603-04 Lot# ADM076 EXP 04/12

    *Children’s Tylenol Plus Cough and Runny Nose Cherry 4oz. NDC 50580-249-04 Lot# ACM110 EXP 03/11

    *Children’s Tylenol Fever Reducer/Pain Reliever Dye-Free Cherry 4oz.
    NDC 50580-166-04 LOT# ADM085 EXP. 04/11

    i really hope this helps at least some of you i went to the McNeil website. and i found this out. Now im really concerned because my son is sick right now and i WAS giving him these 3 products i was alternating to lower his fever i didnt know what to give him so i found these really cool patches called Be Kool and im hoping they work! . Well anyway try the website above it’s really helpful BUT just put in the NDC numbers if u put any type of letter before it will say they are not being recalled and that could be a problem.. there is also a link where u can ask for a product cupon or a product refund if that’s of any help haha.. i personally asked for a full refund hoping that my son doesnt get any worst (fingers crossed)

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  5. Jackie

    I have been using tylenol & motrin for years. My son is six years old and since November/2008 everytime he gets a cold he vomits frequently. I always was told that is was just mucous but now I wonder if it was the medicine. He also was frequently prescribed benadryl for eczema. Just this year in the past six months he has had either strep throat or ear infections every month where he is running high fever complaining of dizziness & vomiting. He also has been getting rashes on his face. I checked medicines in the cabinet that he had been taking & both were part of the recall & with the this most recent episode last week he was complaining of leg pain I gave him tylenol (part of the recall) 2 days later he was diagnosed with thrush & strep throat.

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  6. Cary

    McNeil is using the NDC number to indentidy the recalled product. That number is autually of the FRONT of the bottle above the product name.

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  7. worried mom

    is ssmo17 on that recall list, my daughter took tylenol cold medicine and now all night shes been vomiting, and i was wondering what is in it thats making them sick and what the complications are what it will do to you.

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  8. Wilhelmena

    I was wondering if there is Tylenol with coding for kids? If not can children take Tylenol with coding for pain please respond back to this as soon as possible

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  9. Shannon Weber

    What are families to do anymore? evrything is getting recalled! here my son sits the doctors can’t really pin point what is the matter with him and now this! I have been giving my son childrens tylenol since birth and swore by it, when things like this happen it makes ya wonder if this may be the reason my son is not feeling well. Mistakes happen but not like this!

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  10. LATASHA JOHNSON

    I WOULD LIKE TO SAY THAT MY CHILDREN HAVE BEEN TAKEN LIQUID TYLENOL FOR YEARS. TO NOT BE AWARE OF THIS MATTER WAS ONLY ABOUT KEEPING MONEY, FOR THEMSELVES. HOW IS IT NOW A RECALL ON SOMETHING THAT’S BEEN AROUND BEFORE I WAS BORN? THIS WORLD IS FULL OF CRAPPY PEOPLE THAT ONLY CARES ABOUT MONEY. WE’LL GOD SAID YOU CAN’T TAKE MONEY TO YOUR GRAVE. MY KIDS REJECTED THAT MEDICINE SEVERAL TIMES IN THE PAST, BUT I MADE THEM TAKE IT. THIS IS NOT A FAIR PROBLEM TO WOMEN AROUND THE WORLD WITH KIDS MAN……..

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  11. stephaney

    how do they no that the have all the lot numbers….because i was giving my son childrens tylenol CHERRY and it was more then half full, and before they recalled it, his leg swoll up and he had to get surgery…. and had to stay in cooks for almost 2 weeks…and he was only a year….i wanna no how they no that the have told us every darn lot number…….and if they no that was all of them that was infected

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  12. Ms. Culton

    Thanks mothers for all your comments and concerns from one mom to the next. It is very scary as my son cannot take motrin due to allergic reaction. But even if u don’t have the boxes the Lot#s are on the bottles itself. Looks like most of the recalls are SBM’s; SCM’s; and SDM’s follow by the three digit numbers. Try to remember that when buying your tylenols. Nadea and others sorry for your lost. Can’t imagine what u going thru; hope u find peace and closure after the toxicology report.

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  13. Nadea Lhamon

    Everett~

    Thanks so much for your kind words, we are hoping for some closure as well. We just called the Dr.s office this morning to let him know about what we found and hope that they will be testing for this. The pain stinks and the hole is huge, but we are trying to fill it up with God & the Holy Spirit.

    Nadea

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  14. E. Sizemore

    Nadea I am terribly sorry to hear about your son Zander’s passing. I hope you find out everything you need to know in order to provide some closure, although I can’t imagine the pain it must cause.

    With sympathy,

    Everett

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  15. Nadea Lhamon

    My story is a little different from the rest of yours, but I really want to share it. On the morning of Sept.14th I got up in the morning to check on our son Zander and I found him in his crib already gone. I had given him a dose of Infant tylenol at 3:30pm the afternoon before and another dose at 8:30pm. We aren’t sure if this recall has anything to do with it, but its been on my heart from the beginning and I can’t seem to let it go. I finished up an already opened bottle of tylenol and then gave him some out of the other one. I did just look up what they said was the raw unfinised product within the tylenol and its B. Cepacia Bacteria. I’ve looked that up as well, and I don’t like what I’m reading. Not sure if this is just a coincidence or not. We still don’t have anything back yet from the tox. testing, but we will be calling them tomorrow morning with the information that I just found out.

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  16. Karen

    use target brand…it has nothing to do with tylenol!!! called and made sure!

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  17. Joann

    Gee thank tylenol jerks… my kid now is sick and almost was put into the hospital cuz of this… Samonella … what kinda company is this really?

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  18. Patricia Clymer

    My god son has been taking the frist one on this damn list and they just now find out this crap could be making him sicker. I hope tylenol has damn good laywers cause if he gets sicker im comming after them for not watch their product!!!!!!!!

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  19. Michael Campbell

    Cannot call the phone number being given out for Tylenol as they are receiving too many calls, so no calls being answered. Thats ok, except the alternative is being directed to go to the http://www.tylenol.com web site, but that site only has the information you show on your web site………call the 1-800 number. Now what?

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  20. Keri

    I just got off the phone with Target and she reassured me that ONLY the TYLENOL brand… Target brand is NOT being recalled.I hope this puts your minds at ease…

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  21. Stephanie Krout

    I just got off the phone with JJ’s reps and after being on hold for about 5minutes i got a full refund of what i paid for the tylenol, i have heard alot of reports for children not getting better and getting worse after taking tylenol, i have an 11month old who i was giving the infant drops to for teething and now he’s got a horrible cold, not sure if it’s related but think it’s kinda funny how he was fine until being on this med for a few days, i had boughten the drops almost 9months ago and had just opened them up here a couple weeks ago.. hope everyones gets there issues resolved

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  22. Leah

    what about the equate infant pain relief drops the code on it is ndc 49035-289-05 i just what to make sure about the off brand too

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  23. Melody Jennings

    Niki

    The full list of affected products is below. Consumers can find the lot numbers on the bottom of the box containing the product and also on the sticker that surrounds the product bottle. If you have more questions, please contact our consumer call center at 1-800-962-5357.

    UPC # Code # Lot # Product Description
    300450391049 3910400 SBM041, SBM067, SCM037, SDM027, SEM109 Children’s Tylenol Plus Cold MS Suspension 4 oz. Grape
    300450296047 2960400 SBM042, SCM015, SCM036, SDM034 Children’s Tylenol Suspension 4oz. Grape
    300450407047 4070400 SBM043, SBM044, SCM029 Children’s Tylenol Suspension 4oz. Bubble Gum
    300450493040 4930400 SBM045, SCM011, SCM030, SDM035 Children’s Tylenol Suspension 4oz. Strawberry
    300450122407 1224000 SBM064, SCM033, SDM020 Infant’s Tylenol Grape Suspension Drops 1/4oz.
    300450186157 1861500 SBM065, SCM005, SCM006, SDM032 Infant’s Tylenol Suspension 1/2oz. Cherry

    Here is a list of recalls. Although it prolly won’t do much help I see there really isn’t much to do except trash it. I check out one of sites and didn’t give me the info that I was looking for. I have a granddaughter(who is only 2 months old) and just gotten shots and picked up TYLENOL. Wish I didn’t now.

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  24. Krissy

    What do you do if your child already took the tylenol that’s been contaminated? I checked the lot #s and one matches a bottle that I was giving my son for a fever.

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  25. Maggie

    I have a drug-free tip for flu prevention. If you’re around young kids, I have a key prevention tip: My child came home from school the other day saying that they learned to cough and sneeze into their elbow with Germy Wormie, and I was totally taken aback. I always covered with my hands. But I went to the website and now I get it, hands touch, elbows don’t!! Kids can touch 300 surfaces in 1/2 hour and they hate to wash their hands. This is a simple thing that can make a huge difference. Also, there is a DVD the kids love, and it teaches them in a fun way other necessary hygiene habits, as well as the elbow cough.

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  26. Tammy

    My comments were submitted between 10:20 pm and 10:25 pm on September 25th, 2009. Thank you

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  27. Tammy

    Also, from which COUNTRY is this forum being reviewed for with the time on the submitted comments there is no way this is taking place in the US of A. Hello, America wake up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You delete this from this forum…………it is wrong. I want to know what country other than the U.S is overseeing this forum?!

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  28. Tammy

    Who cares about a damn refund, this product is probably mostly used up. Do you keep the box or the bottles of used product?????? If it was manufactured over a year and a half ago, you can bet there was probably a bottle sitting in my cabinet that got used, God forbid. Why do they wait so long to tell people???????? Why aren’t they held accountable even for the delay? Why isn’t our government and FDA regulating this stuff and watching out for people and I am not talking about saying OOOOPS 2 YEARS LATER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  29. SUE

    If you can’t read the numbers on the Tylonol website listings, you can enlarge them by
    zooming in on the page at the bottem of your screen there is a + sign beside numbers ..you can zoom in to 400%

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  30. melanie kozitzki

    Well, I just want to say step up and take responsibility, to the companies that put the bad products out on the market! Yes the money is important but our children is our lifes. I’m a mgr at a grocery store and I pulled the contaminated product off the shelf. Yes we do give refunds for the products that get recalled. I am also a single mother of 3 beautiful children:-)

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  31. melanie

    What’s next feminine products, toilet paper, or maybe our bottled drinking water!! I’m a concerned human that is speaking out, our children are our future so we need to keep them safe like back in the day of no worries about recalls. Thank you for listening and yes I am a single mother of 3:-)

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  32. melanie

    I just want to say when will the recalls stop. Meaning the contaminated foods and meds. What’s next feminine products, toilet paper, or maybe our bottled drinking water!! I’m a concerned human that is speaking out, our children are our future so we need to keep them safe like back in the day of no worries about recalls. Thank you for listening and yes I am a single mother of 3:-)

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  33. melanie kozitzki

    Well, I just want to say step up and take responsibility tylenol. Yes the money is important but our children is our lifes. I’m a mgr at a grocery store and I pulled the contaminated product off the shelf. Yes we do give refunds for the products that get recalled

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  34. Gilly

    my 1 year old has just recovered from pneumonia, and we have the infant drops with the recalled batch number. am definitely going to discuss with my Dr.

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  35. Sam

    WOW! SO many people on here worried about a 6 dollar refund?? I think people should more worried if their kids will be affected by this and get sick or not!

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  36. Amber

    What the heck. I literally just got back from Target w/a bottle of Tylenol because my 11 year old uses it for her Ortho pain. The lot # isn’t on the list BUT do I really want to take the chance? I think my husband is right… all natural is the way to go – vitamins, water, etc… I can’t even think about it anymore. I am returning this bottle and NEVER getting it again. I just won’t take the chance.

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  37. jennifer

    I just called it took about 15 mins to talk to someone and they said that they are safe to use..The bad ones did not get to the stores yet…Im still scared to use the ones we have..

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  38. Sol

    My son was diagnosed with slight pneumonia last Aug 31. I was giving him Children’s TYLENOL Plus Cough & Runny Nose 4oz. Cherry prior to that diagonistic.. I now want to believe that it could be the possible reason why my son is not getting well. We went to the doctor again on Sept 16 because he is very weak and has low fever everyday .

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  39. Brandi

    You know what everybody…. Things happen… I am the mother of 3 and they all just got over the swine flu, so they have been useing the tylonal flu. I am sure the reason you cant get through to the company is because there are milloins of people just like you calling at the same time. CALM DOWN!!! If your child is showing symtoms and has been taking the meds, then call the doctor, and you will probably have a law suit, but nothing is going to happen instantly. Also, alot of the questions asked were answered by someone from the company earlier in the thread… if you are so concerned then read!!!! Just stop and think for a minuet about things…. look how far technology has brought us with meds and cures, at one time, haroin was a cough medician!!!!

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  40. Heather

    I LOVE that although my infant Tylenol product is one of those that was recalled, the number is either busy or states to call back due to high call volume. Then when you do get through, states to see the website for information, which has no instructions as to how to go about the reimbursement process, and is where I got the number in the first place! I guess they figure you’ll stop caring about the $7 and give up if they waste enough of your time. I lost my job due to the recession at the end of January, and don’t have the heart to just waste money while a corporate giant makes more. They know they have us though if it’s what the pediatrician recommends for your child. So frustrating and such TERRIBLE disregard for the customer! Uggh! :o(

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  41. Kristine Crooks

    OUR SON has Pheumonia! He has fought several different kinds of bacterial infections for the past month. guess what??????/ Using this product!!!!!!!! He is 14 months old outrageous!

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  42. Janice

    Tylenol is being absolutely redicilous about this! The above people are very correct – they will not even take your call. A computer tells you to check the website and hangs up on you. Hopefully the store will refund the meds! I can’t say I’ll be buying tylenol brand again! Mostly due to the very poor customer service.

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  43. Cheryl Hersey

    In response to Ianie’s question re the “Equate” brand of Tylenol, I would like to know the answer to that as well; I have eight grandchildren with a ninth on the way, and their parents usually use store-brands to save a bit of money. How about it, Tylenol–should we be concerned about any store-brands also manufactured by you?

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  44. Nicole

    Just tried calling Tylenol (820 am Est). The are swamped and will not take the call. It doesn’t even give you the option of waiting on hold to ask questions. Grrr

    I have a sample of Infant drops from the Doc and I have the Target brand. I want to know if Tylenol is the Co-packer for Target Tylenol. My daughter is teething and I need to know!!

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  45. melissa

    From what i have learned working for 3 pharmacies: store brands are required to have the equal ingredients as the comparable brand to be stated that they are comparable to Tylenol or Ibprofen or whatever the product may be. My guess is the only way the store brands would be affected by this recall would be if they were manufactured in the same facility as tylenol and I don’t think they would be, most labels i have seen have said that it’s not manufactured by the makers of the name brand.
    Also: bottles of medicine have to be clearly labeled of the expiration date, as well as the lot number. The lot number is the code for the manufacture of when the product was produced. If you find the product you own on the list look to the left and see if your lot number is there.
    Tylenol is going to have a lot of correcting to do and that is why the recall is being stated….

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  46. lanie

    does this have anything to do with equate childrens pain relief??

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  47. Judy

    Just to be sure I am reading the list correctly, my two bottles of infant drops are NOT on the list. Am I right? Lot SMM008 AND Lot SDM100. Very important to me as my 10 months old was just diagnosed today with the flu and we are using these drops. Thank you.

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  48. Kay

    Look at the bottle of tylenol and you will see EXP: and LOT:

    You need to check the lot number to make sure it is not one of them listed. It is very easy to do. You don’t need the box to check the info, it is marked on the bottle itself.

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  49. Michelle

    If this recall is like all the others, it will be the stores paying the price, and not the company. The majority of recalled products require stores to refund the purchase price, but there is no reimbursement for the stores. Many recalls, if the manufacturer offers anything to the stores in return, is just a fraction of what it costs to put it on the shelves, and is so time consuming and/or costly to the merchants they don’t bother. My family owns a small grocery business, and we have been hit hard by recalls such as this. I’m not saying people shouldn’t be returning the recalled items, but it seems as though there should be better financial reimbursement by those at fault.

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  50. Lisa

    Commenting on Teisha’s remark from Sep. 24th: “this is bad when the medicine we give our children for colds can make them sicker! my children have already had a cold this year and we have tylenol the bubble yum flavor.so what can we do to get a refund or a coupon for a new bottle thanks alot!”

    Not to pick on Teisha, but in the same breath she laments on how the medicines seem to be making our kids sicker, not better AND then asks how she can get a coupon fro a new bottle…

    Maybe we all should be rethinking if all the medicines we stuff into our kids are really necessary. Is it worth cutting a day or two off a cold if giving our kids contaminated medicines is possibly the price?

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  51. Kathy

    I went to the tylenol link and saw nothing about the recall or how to get a refund. GRRR! I hate recalls.

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  52. EDWARD GALLMAN

    WE HAVE BEEN USING TYLENOL PLUS COLD &COUGH… TYLENOL ACETAMINOPHEN ORAL SUSPENSION FAITHFULLY FOR SOME TIME AND
    COULD NOT UNDERSTAND WHY MY CHILD’S COULD KEEPS COMING BACK.
    CHILDREN DON’T ALWAYS SAY HOW THEY REALLY FEEL. THEY CAN’T
    SLEEP AND COMPLAIN ABOUT THEIR NOSES. MY CHILD HAS ANOTHER
    COLD AND WE JUST BOUGHT ANOTHER BOTTLE OF COLD MEDICINE, THINKING IT’S THE BEST ON THE MARKET. HOW COULD YOU PUT
    ( 21 ) DIFFERENT MEDICATIONS ON THE SHELF THAT ARE HARMFUL TO
    THEM AND CASUALLY ANNOUNCE THE DANGER TO THEM?? I WOULD LIKE SATISFACTION AT ONCE. SINCE MY CHILD STAYS WITH HER MOM / ME- I
    HAVE PURCHASED ( 4 ) BOTTLES TO MAKE SURE THAT WE HAVE MEDICATION FOR HER IN BOTH HOMES . RESPONSE PLEASE!!! I DON;T
    KNOW WHERE THIS MESSAGE IS GOING SO I AM GOING TO SEND ANOTHER ONE TO http://WWW.TYLENOL.COM ALSO.
    WILLIE GALLMAN / EDWARD GALLMAN

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  53. holly Hung

    I’ve cut and pasted the affected lots. Here is the link as well: http://tylenol.com/page.jhtml?id=tylenol/news/subpchildinfantnews.inc

    UPC # Code # Lot # Product Description
    300450391049 3910400 SBM041, SBM067, SCM037, SDM027, SEM109 Children’s Tylenol Plus Cold MS Suspension 4 oz. Grape
    300450296047 2960400 SBM042, SCM015, SCM036, SDM034 Children’s Tylenol Suspension 4oz. Grape
    300450407047 4070400 SBM043, SBM044, SCM029 Children’s Tylenol Suspension 4oz. Bubble Gum
    300450493040 4930400 SBM045, SCM011, SCM030, SDM035 Children’s Tylenol Suspension 4oz. Strawberry
    300450122407 1224000 SBM064, SCM033, SDM020 Infant’s Tylenol Grape Suspension Drops 1/4oz.
    300450186157 1861500 SBM065, SCM005, SCM006, SDM032 Infant’s Tylenol Suspension 1/2oz. Cherry
    300450166043 1660400 SBM066, SCM068 Children’s Dye Free Suspension 4oz. Cherry
    300450123046 1230400 SBM068, SCM035, SCM070, SCM080, SDM005 Children’s Tylenol Suspension 4oz. Cherry
    300450249043 2490400 SBM069, SBM070, SCM081, SDM006 Children’s Tylenol Plus Cough & Runny Nose 4oz. Cherry
    300450122155 1221500 SCM012, SCM067, SDM007, SDM068 Infant’s Tylenol Suspension Drops 1/2oz. Grape
    300450386045 3860400 SCM013, SCM014, SCM069 Children’s Tylenol Plus Flu 4oz. Bubble Gum
    300450387042 3870400 SCM016, SFM024 Children’s Tylenol Plus Cold Suspension 4oz. Grape
    300450247049 2470400 SCM017 Children’s Tylenol Plus Cough/ST Suspension 4oz. Cherry
    300450122018 1220100 SCM082, SDM039, SDM040 Infant’s Tylenol Suspension Drops 1oz. Grape
    300450167019 1670100 SCM083, SCM084, SDM008 Infant’s Tylenol Dye Free Suspension 1oz. Cherry
    300450123015 1230100 SDM064 Children’s Tylenol Pediatric Suspension 1oz. Cherry
    300450186300 1863000 SDM038, SDM009 Infant’s Tylenol Suspension Drops 1oz. Cherry
    300450390042 3900400 SDM033 Children’s Tylenol Plus Cold/Allergy 4oz. Bubble Gum
    300450122100 1221000 SDM078 Infant’s Tylenol Drops 1oz. Grape
    350580144183 1221800 SCM034 Infant’s Tylenol Grape Suspension Drops H/G 1/2oz.
    350580123034 1230300 SDM028 Children’s Tylenol Suspension 4oz. Cherry, Hospital Govt.

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  54. Lisa

    My 13 month old son went to the dr yesterday and was diagnosed w/ pneumonia. I wondered where he got it b/c they stay at home. I use the Target brand acetaminophen. Do you think there’s a connection????

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  55. brittney

    how do i know when they tylenol i bought was manufactured? there is not a date on the bottle?

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  56. Tracy

    So they tell you when it was produced, but not what the experation date is or lot #…which is the only info listed on the bottle.

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  57. Stay at Home Dad

    Niki

    The full list of affected products is below. Consumers can find the lot numbers on the bottom of the box containing the product and also on the sticker that surrounds the product bottle. If you have more questions, please contact our consumer call center at 1-800-962-5357.

    UPC # Code # Lot # Product Description
    300450391049 3910400 SBM041, SBM067, SCM037, SDM027, SEM109 Children’s Tylenol Plus Cold MS Suspension 4 oz. Grape
    300450296047 2960400 SBM042, SCM015, SCM036, SDM034 Children’s Tylenol Suspension 4oz. Grape
    300450407047 4070400 SBM043, SBM044, SCM029 Children’s Tylenol Suspension 4oz. Bubble Gum
    300450493040 4930400 SBM045, SCM011, SCM030, SDM035 Children’s Tylenol Suspension 4oz. Strawberry
    300450122407 1224000 SBM064, SCM033, SDM020 Infant’s Tylenol Grape Suspension Drops 1/4oz.
    300450186157 1861500 SBM065, SCM005, SCM006, SDM032 Infant’s Tylenol Suspension 1/2oz. Cherry
    300450166043 1660400 SBM066, SCM068 Children’s Dye Free Suspension 4oz. Cherry
    300450123046 1230400 SBM068, SCM035, SCM070, SCM080, SDM005 Children’s Tylenol Suspension 4oz. Cherry
    300450249043 2490400 SBM069, SBM070, SCM081, SDM006 Children’s Tylenol Plus Cough & Runny Nose 4oz. Cherry
    300450122155 1221500 SCM012, SCM067, SDM007, SDM068 Infant’s Tylenol Suspension Drops 1/2oz. Grape
    300450386045 3860400 SCM013, SCM014, SCM069 Children’s Tylenol Plus Flu 4oz. Bubble Gum
    300450387042 3870400 SCM016, SFM024 Children’s Tylenol Plus Cold Suspension 4oz. Grape
    300450247049 2470400 SCM017 Children’s Tylenol Plus Cough/ST Suspension 4oz. Cherry
    300450122018 1220100 SCM082, SDM039, SDM040 Infant’s Tylenol Suspension Drops 1oz. Grape
    300450167019 1670100 SCM083, SCM084, SDM008 Infant’s Tylenol Dye Free Suspension 1oz. Cherry
    300450123015 1230100 SDM064 Children’s Tylenol Pediatric Suspension 1oz. Cherry
    300450186300 1863000 SDM038, SDM009 Infant’s Tylenol Suspension Drops 1oz. Cherry
    300450390042 3900400 SDM033 Children’s Tylenol Plus Cold/Allergy 4oz. Bubble Gum
    300450122100 1221000 SDM078 Infant’s Tylenol Drops 1oz. Grape
    350580144183 1221800 SCM034 Infant’s Tylenol Grape Suspension Drops H/G 1/2oz.
    350580123034 1230300 SDM028 Children’s Tylenol Suspension 4oz. Cherry, Hospital Govt.

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  58. Niki

    I have two bottles of infant drops that fall into the categories listed above. How do I know when they were manufactured? I have lot#s and exp. dates but thats it. I wish they would provide that information. Otherwise how would we know? I don’t have a UPC either because I tossed out the boxes.

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  59. Jennifer

    I’m cheap, too. Target brand is exactly what we have been using. I know some off-brand drugs are still made by the name-brand manufacturer. I wonder if this is the case for Target infant’s Tylenol.

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  60. Kim

    Refund on recalls – I called Tylenol and they said to check the products you have at home against their UPC Code recall list. If you have one of the products on the list, call Tylenol back and let them know. They will send you a coupon for another bottle of Tylenol.

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  61. Lisa Ronco

    Luckily the one we have on hand is not on the recall list. I can say the customer service representative was very helpful and knowledgeable. It was an almost 10 minute wait, but their representative was helpful and comforting.

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  62. jen

    if you try calling the number above…don’t waste your time. they will disconnect you after referring you to go to their website http://www.tylenol.com to check things out.

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  63. teisha

    this is bad when the medicine we give our children for colds can make them sicker! my children have already had a cold this year and we have tylenol the bubble yum flavor.so what can we do to get a refund or a coupon for a new bottle thanks alot!

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  64. Tara

    Is Tylenol going to refund or replace the drops we have already bought? These things are not cheap and we should be reimbursed.

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