I wasw cleaning out my boat that is on a lift in SW Florida. I found a bottle of 10mg Diazepam in the cabin which was sitting there for about a year in intense heat. Probably like 120 degrees during the summer mos. Is it any good anymore?? Thanks, Rick
More than likely it is not any good anymore. I would suggest getting rid of it, I don't recommend using any of it you could possibly get sick if you do. It may not have any active ingredients left to it anyway, so I would not take any chances, that is supposed to be stored out of heat and moisture. Hope this helps just my recommendation from experience. All meds do expire after awhile anyway, generally 6 months to a year depending on the pill.
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