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Some versions of levetiracetam out of stock

10 Jul 2017

The following versions of levetiracetam are currently out of stock in the UK:

Accord 100mg tablets. Accord does not know when they will be back in stock.

Accord 250mg tablets. Due back in stock from October 2017.

Accord 500mg tablets. Due back in stock from August 2017.

Accord 750mg tablets. Accord does not know when they will be back in stock.

Accord 1000mg tablets. Accord does not know when they will be back in stock.

Actavis 250mg tablets. Actavis does not know when they will be back in stock.

Actavis 500mg tablets. Actavis does not know when they will be back in stock.

Actavis 750mg tablets. Actavis does not know when they will be back in stock.

Zentiva 500mg tablets. Due back in stock from 31 July 2017.

Zentiva 1000mg tablets. Due back in stock from 7 August 2017.

If you have any concerns about this, speak to your doctor, epilepsy nurse or pharmacist. We will update this page when we have more information about when these medicines will be back in stock. 

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