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From Janie: READ ALL OF THIS with the green background. DO NOT SKIP!!
1) Comments on this Part 2 post are ONLY for 1-4 below.
2) NO QUESTIONS HERE ASKING WHAT IS GOING ON or WHAT TO DO, etc
3) NO QUESTIONS ABOUT HOW to know if you have the changed tablets.
4) NO COMMENTS ABOUT WHY YOU FEEL THIS HAS HAPPENED, etc, etc. I can’t approve them. Those and everything else belong here: https://stopthethyroidmadness.com/2019/08/22/uh-oh-np-thyroid/
The following four are needed in your comment. Keep your answers short and to the point:
NOTE: IF YOUR NUMBER IS NOT IN THE LIST BELOW, yet it’s VERY clear they are the changed tablets, please say something like JANIE, NEW LOT NUMBER!
- How do you know that you are reporting on the CHANGED NP Thyroid tablets?
- Comment with the lot number for the bottle of what are clearly CHANGED NP Thyroid tablets, or….
- Comment with the expiration date for what are clearly CHANGED NP Thyroid Tablets.
- State the city, state, country, and name of store/website where you got the changed tablet
So far, as of Sept. 6, 2019 at 12 noon US Pacific, here are lot numbers provided by patients of changed tablets which are making thyroid patients sick, or miserable, or seeing a return of hypo…and a big thank you to thyroid patient Laura for compiling these. I, Janie, have been adding more as I see them.
- M328C19-1 (this may be a similar lot # to former good tablets)
- M328E18-1 (120 mg, no bad smell, but patient says bad results)
- M328A19-1 (120 mg, no bad smell, but patient says bad results)
- M328F19-2 (120 mg)
- M328L18-1 (120mg)
- M330B19-3 (60 mg)
- M330E10-1 (exp. date 7/21/20)
- M331B19-2 (90 mg)
- M331E19-3 (90 mg)
- M331G19-1 (90 mg)
And here are expiration dates given by patients of the changed tablets… One problem is that some expiration dates could fit the former good tablets. These seem to come from the pharmacy, not Acella, but we’re guessing.