With mail order medications there's always a problem with those meds remaining in the mailbox for potentially many hours -- in very high heat -- especially during the Texas summer. I'm concerned about the potential degradation of the meds as a result of such heat exposure and would like to know if there is a cause for concern.
Yes, most definitely there could be a problem. Every drug has recommended storage conditions. It is important that these are followed to ensure that the medication is still effective and safe to use. Storage conditons should be on the box or bottle of your medication. If they are not I would ask your supplier to tell you what the storage conditions are of your medicines.
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