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Teva lamotrigine tablets – some doses out of stock in the UK

10 Aug 2018

Update 10 August 2018

Teva have now advised us that lamotrigine Teva 50mg tablets (non-dispersible) have been discontinued.

Update 22 June 2018

Lamotrigine Teva 100mg tablets (non-dispersible) have just come back in stock.

The 50mg non-dispersible tablets are still out of stock. Teva does not currently know when these will be back in stock.

Original story 8 June 2018 

Teva is out of stock of the following medicines:

• Lamotrigine Teva 100 mg tablets (non-dispersible)
• Lamotrigine Teva 50 mg tablets (non-dispersible)

Teva does not currently know when these will be back in stock. We'll update this page when we know more.

The 25 mg and 200 mg tablets (non-dispersible) are in stock. All doses of Teva's dispersible lamotrigine tablets are in stock.

If you have any concerns about this, please speak to your GP, epilepsy nurse or epilepsy specialist for advice.

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