Pharmacovigilance Services for Medicinal Products:

– Qualified Person Responsible for Pharmacovigilance (EU-QPPV and Local QPPV);

– Pharmacovigilance System;

– EudraVigilance;

– Medical and scientific literature screening;

– Periodic Safety Update Reports (PSUR);

– Risk Management Plan (RMP);

– Preparation of Safety Data Exchange Agreements (SDEA);

– 24-hours telephone testing;

– Training in pharmacovigilance;

– Translation of documents.

All medicines can cause unwanted side effects in some people. Many side effects are mild, but some can be serious and life-theatening. Occasionally, side effects can appear after a person has stopped taking a medicine.

There are three ways to report a suspected side effect:

1. Use online form at

This is the easiest way to make a report, if you have access to the internet.

2. Complete the attached form (for patient or for healthcare professionals) and send it back via:

E-mail: or
Mail: Valstybinė vaistų kontrolės tarnyba, Žirmūnų g. 139A, LT-09120 Vilnius

The form for patient you can found here
The form for healthcare professionals you can found here

3. Phone +370 800 735 68 (for patient)