Are Toprol Xl 50 Tablets From 2006-2008 Still Good To Use

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Are Toprol Xl 50 Tablets From 2006-2008 Still Good To Use? They are in unsealed bottles.



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Once a medication such as this is past its expiration date, which would have been a year from when they were dispensed, or the bottles were unsealed, they start to lose effectiveness, so it is unlikely that they will be worth taking after this long of a time period.

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They should be properly disposed of and a new prescription obtained, if you require this medication.

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