If you are a parent that gives your child Children’s Advil, there's a recall you need to be aware of. The bubble gum flavor of Children’s Advil is being voluntarily recalled by Pfizer because of a labeling mistake. The dosage on the bottle is marked in milliliters and the dosage cup is marked in teaspoons. So you could accidentally give your child too much and Pfizer fears children could overdose.
The recall only affects the four ounce bottles sold during May and June of this year. There have been no reported overdoses caused by this medicine. If you have this Children’s Bubble gum flavored Advil in your medicine cabinet, return it to the store of purchase or throw it away.