Johnson & Johnson recalls anti-seizure medication

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ (CNN) – Johnson & Johnson is recalling a prescription anti-seizure medication after customers complained of an "uncharacteristic odor."

The recall affects 100 milligram tablets of Topamax that were shipped and distributed in the U.S. and Puerto Rico between Oct. 19, 2010, and Dec. 28, 2010.

Anyone who notices a strange smell to their pills is urged to return them to their pharmacist. A Topamax help line can also be reached by calling 1-866-536-4398.

Johnson & Johnson said the odor has not led to adverse effects in anyone.

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