If you're one of the many people many people like me suffering from s stuffy nose and a summertime cold, you may be using a nasal decongestant. If you happened to buy yours at CVS pharmacy then you should take a look and make sure it isn't the one being recalled for contamination.

A report by WMTW-TV says the contaminant, identified as Pseudomonas aeruginosa, "could be life-threatening for some patients, who suffer from cystic fibrosis or are immuno-compromised."

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The nasal spray was sold nationwide with a UPC code 50428432365, according to WMTW. The expiration date is September 2019. The bottle is easily identifiable. It's a  white spray bottle with an orange label and “Sinus Relief” written in white and the CVS Health logo on the top left.

WMTW claims there have been no reports of any illnesses related to the recall. If you discover you do have a bottle, the report says you should throw it away of return it to the store where you purchased it.