The bottle of Lomotil shows the prescription instructions and date issued but does not give a shelf life. How do you know when it is no longer safe to keep in your medicine cabinet?
20 Apr 2011
With most meds they say to discard them a year after they were filled. You could call the pharmacy where they were filled. They should have a record of the expiration date on the bottle they took them from to fill your bottle but the general rule is to discard after a year.
- Lomotil Information for Consumers
- Lomotil Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Lomotil (detailed)
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