If you have an Epipen in your possession, you may want to check it.
Pfizer Canada is issuing a recall on one lot of EpiPen and one lot of EpiPen Jr because the auto-injectors may contain a faulty part.
The recall is for EpiPen auto-injectors with an expiry date of May 2017, and EpiPen Jr. auto-injectors with an expiry date of March 2017.
Pfizer estimates more than 100,000 units that could be affected have been distributed in Canada.
On Friday, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued its own notice alerting consumers to a voluntary recall of 13 lots of the auto-injector distributed from December 2015 through July 2016, saying some of the devices could fail upon activation due to a defective part.
EpiPens deliver an emergency dose of adrenaline to people at risk of a serious allergic reaction