Products Affected - Description
0.3 mg tablet, 100 count (NDC 51285-0441-02) - discontinued
0.45 mg tablet, 100 count (NDC 51285-0446-02) - discontinued
0.625 mg tablet, 100 count, NDC 51285-0442-02) - discontinued
0.9 mg tablet, 100 count (NDC 51285-0443-02) - discontinued
1.25 mg tablet, 100 count (NDC 51285-0444-02) - discontinued
0.625 mg tablet, 100 count (NDC 51285-0408-02)
Reason for the Shortage
- Teva discontinued Cenestin in late-August 2014.
- Premarin is not affected by this shortage.
0.3 mg tablet, 100 count (NDC 51285-0406-02)
0.45 mg tablet, 100 count (NDC 51285-0407-02)
0.9 mg tablet, 100 count (NDC 51285-0409-02)
1.25 mg tablet, 100 count (NDC 51285-0410-02)
Estimated Resupply Dates
Teva has Enjuvia 0.625 mg tablets temporarily unavailable and the company cannot estimate a release date.
November 25, 2014; August 28, 2014; May 29, 2014; April 10, 2014; March 6, 2014, University of Utah, Drug Information Service. Copyright 2014, Drug Information Service, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.
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