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I've heard that gabapentin has a shelf life of five years after expiration. Most pharmacists have to put a earlier expiration date on them however. And even if gabapentin is expired they pose no risk noe so they become toxic. Maybe they'll lose some of their effectiveness, but that's it. ## Hello, Cindy! How are you? Yes, that information is correct and no, they do not become toxic. Once the pharmacy breaks the seal on the original factory bottle, they are required, by the FDA, to put a one year expiration date on the dispensing bottle, because that is the longest time the manufacturers can guarantee their full efficacy under average storage conditions, in someone's home. The 4 to 5 years is under ideal storage conditions, where they aren't exposed to the elements th... ...
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Thu, Sep 22 '16, 6:03 PM
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What is the expiration date of these pills? ## From what I could gather, the shelf-life of Gabapentin (Neurontin) is about 2-3 years according to the link below: I've also read studies saying that the expiration date of most pills is actually 10-15 years, but I would think that potency may be lost in that time frame. I hope this helps! ...
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Sat, Aug 25 '12, 9:05 PM
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I need the Lot # for the medication described above. It was purchased at Wal-Mart in Elk City, OK 20221. E 1110 County RD 73644. Org. Rx 11/25/2013. There is a small # on the very right side of the bottle. It is located right under the second to last digit of the store's telephone #. It is 10-0134. Rx*6753695 KRK I believe are the initials of the person that filled the prescription. I KNOW that this medication did NOT meet requirements and that they don't maintain shelf life. They are having a Drug Recall on this medication. I know that the product DID NOT meet the drug release dissolution specifications. The FDA has classified this recall as a "Class II" event. *Could cause "temporary or medically reversible adverse health consequences." SERIOUS RISK. So far I... ...
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