22 Mar 2011
Each bottle made has its own expiration. If you have picked up a prescription from a pharmacy the safest is to assume 1 year from the date it was filled unless otherwise noted by the pharmacy. If we fill a prescription at a pharmacy and someone doesn't pick it up - it gets a 1 year as well.
I think of it this way, if a pharmacy wouldn't give it out would you want to take it?
Brian PharmD Candidate
- Methocarbamol Information for Consumers
- Methocarbamol Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Methocarbamol (detailed)
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