My former brother in law is a chemist and he said most scrips will last 10 years. I would recommend contacting your local pharmacy or doctor to assess if the quality of the drug still remains. i WAS PRESCRIBED FLAGYL ONCE AND STILL HAVE SOME AND NEED IT BUT ITS EXPIRED, WILL IT HURT ME BEING EXPIRED? No, a liquid breaks down and loses efficacy very fast, so once expired, it's no longer viable as a medication. I am concerned here about the fact that you are trying to self-diagnose, though.
Ill try them for you ## Does this include 0.1mg clonidine patches? They may have certain tools or methods for measuring this sort of thing. ## I was prescribed flagyl once and still have some and I need it..it hurt me to take it being expired? If you are experiencing edema/swelling, there could be several reasons for it, and taking a pill that was prescribed to treat an old condition might not be appropriate for this one if your condition has changed. No, any medication that is that old should be disposed of, medications lose efficacy over time, because they degrade and there is a chance that one that is this old could make you ill, if you take it. I've had the implant for 6 years (I had it changed out 3 years ago) and the current ... Dermacin Sunday Monday Tablet Delay Periods 771 Ecospirin 75 Equate Omeprazole 20 Mg Zaleplon 5 Tablet Deplatt A Can I Drink Alcohol After Taking Librium Loose Motion Syrup Mylan A3 Pill More Recent Topics ...
but the most of them are just going to work less or not at all. And if you have a patch sitting back there for X time you must not need it and if you did you would get a new Rx/ ## No they should be safe. There is still a high likelihood that it lost some of its potency and may be ineffective to the point where it could harm your body by not doing it's job all the way, per say. ## Does the same apply to scopex sugar coated tablets? ## The worst that will happen with this type of pill is it might be slightly less effective, very few pills actually get dangerous with age and this is not one of them, All of them do, however, lose potency over time, so it might not be as strong as it was when you first filled your prescription.
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I have a few expired patches that I found in my medicine cabinet that I guess were never used.
Has any1 used a patch that is expired for around a year?