... be replaced?
8 Dec 2009
If there is no expiration date on the bottle toss it but not before you call your doctor and get a new script and call the pharmacist and get advice on whether you should God forbid take pills from this bottle if needed before you get the new prescription. This is what I would do I can not tell you for sure that the pills are good or not. I hope this helps Good Luck and God Bless
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