It's safety and efficacy can not be guaranteed. If you are concerned call your doctor.
Most medications are actually good longer than the bottle says they are. The expiration date is determined by the FDA. I wouldn't take anymore of it because you don't know if its properties are still the same, and a pharmacist probably won't give that information. Get rid of the rest of the bottle so you don't make the same mistake again.
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