Welcome to the reporting site for the Yellow Card scheme

Report a suspected problem or incident:

  • A medicine, vaccine, herbal or homeopathic remedy

    Some products may appear to be medical devices are actually medicines, for example pre-filled syringes, hormonal contraceptives, or hormonal contraceptive coil.

  • A medical device

    These are items used to treat or diagnose a condition or an illness, or help with a disability. For example medical devices include: equipment, dressings, implants, artificial limbs, blood glucose strips and meters, low dose heparin preparations for flushing catheters, some types of eye drops, insulin pens, thermometers, wheelchairs and some software/apps.

  • e-cigarette

    Reporting safety concerns about a e-cigarette or refill containers (otherwise known as e-liquids). This can be reports of side effects or other specific safety concerns regarding the use of these products.

We cannot give you medical advice. If you are worried about your health:

  1. Talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse
  2. Call the NHS
    • (textphone 18001 111)
    • If you’re Deaf and want to use the phone service, you can use the NHS 111 British Sign Language service available in your country .

Always read the patient information leaflet, or instructions supplied with your medicine or medical device. It lists the known side effects or problems and advises you on what to do.

Download the Yellow Card App!

You can now receive news updates from the MHRA and report side effects to medicines via the Yellow Card app.

You can use your YellowCard website account details on the app to report. Please download it from the Apple App Store, or Google Play Store.

If you have any comments on the app please contact us.

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