CVS is calling back more than 15,000 bottles of one of it's own nasal spray because of issues with contamination.

The Food & Drug Administration released a statement that a particular batch of the CVS' Health 12 Hour Sinus Relief Nasal Mist tested positive for the microbacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa, which can be particularly hazardous to those with compromised immune systems, including cystic fibrosis.

courtesy Food and Drug Administration

This time of year, when so many of us are battling summer congestion and allergies, there's a chance this nasal mist is on your shelf.

If you own this product, check your bottle for Lot #173089J, expiring Sept. 2019, and return it to your local CVS or dispose of it.

SOURCES: FDA.gov; NJ.com

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