NEW YORK – Teva Pharmaceutical said it will stop selling its migraine patch treatment Zecuity after users reported burns and scars where it was applied, according to CBS News.

The company said anyone who has a patch should not use it.

Zecuity is a disposable battery-powered patch applied to the upper arm or thigh to ease migraine headaches. The patch delivers medicine through the skin.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says some users reported severe redness, skin discoloration, cracked skin and pain where the patch was applied.

Teva, based in Israel, said it is recalling Zecuity from pharmacies and is working with the FDA to figure out what is causing the skin reactions.

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