... date" Is it still ok or should I throw it away. Seems a shame to go to the doctor, pay her/him and then pay the drug store if this is ok to take for my problem I have had for years. Thanks
tachyon; You can do 2 things call the Pharmacy you get it at and ask the Pharmacist. and number 2 look at the bottle for the day it was filled. If the expired date is one year to the day then the computer is just putting the 1-year expired date from the time it is filled. which means It is still good for at least 6 months if you can't get the right answer out of this than you should get some fresh ones. Chuck1957
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