I got a refill and saw that the label says store at 77F: Why not in the fridge?
- 22 Apr 2011 by genaniolow
- 22 Oct 2011
Previously I didn't know about the tmeperature requirement and I kept the pills in my refrigerator, for many months, and I don't know whether the pills were degraded by chilling - they seemed to work well.
What is the reason for storing at room temp instead of in fridge?
Added 22 Apr 2011:
This question is about Levitra.
I would not recommend storing them in the fridge. Refrigeration might draw moisture, which would likely CAUSE degradation and decrease the effectiveness. 77 degrees is close to normal room temperature. (It's also warm enough to avoid condensation, and cool enough to avoid heat degradation.) I keep mine in my bathroom drawer (in the original pill bottle) with my toothbrush. The only thing I do different is to keep one of those small dessicant absorbers in the bottle to keep them VERY dry.
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