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ok to take 2 year expired cheratussin ac
Found my old bottle but expired July 2012.. is it OK to take it? ## Liquids have a much shorter shelf life, because they tend to degrade faster than other forms of medications and they can also turn rancid, which could make you ill. Thus, it would be best to just dispose of it. Is there anything else I can help with? ## it is fine sorry i didn't see this before. I have saved mined up to 4 yrs. & it worked.... I work for a chemist & he told me aspirin integrity stays intact 30 yrs. However this is NOT the formula for all drugs, but from personal exp. my cough med, stayed intact fine. Ever notice on all drugs now-a-days says expires in one year. what a miracle that everything goes bad in 12 months at the same time. ...
Updated 5 months ago in Cheratussin AC.
Tue, Apr 01 '14, 10:31 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 260036
cheratussin ac syrup light pink
I want to no is the light pink syrup is good ## Hi Lenora, Just to confirm, Cheratussin AC syrup is listed by the manufacturer as being a pink, cherry colored liquid. So based on your description I think the quality of your product should be fine - unless it happens to be expired? You can learn more about this drug on the page for Cheratussin AC Details I hope this helps! ...
Updated 10 months ago in Cheratussin AC.
Tue, Oct 29 '13, 11:17 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 253773


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