Doxycycl Hyc 100mg Cap Experation Date

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brenda Says:

How long after experation date can u take it

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brenda Says:

Can u take doxycycl hct after 2005

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Verwon Says:

Doxycycline is an antibiotic and no, if it is expired, you shouldn't take it. It begins to lose effectiveness, after the expiration date and taking it then may lead to the development of antibiotic resistant bacteria.

Learn more Doxycycline details here.

If you suspect that you have an infection, you should see your doctor for a new prescription.

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Can I take doxycycl hyc 100 mg capsule that was presprescribed in November 2011? I think I have a boil or abcess on my face, and have no money to go to a doctor, or pay for a prescription

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Like I said I have no money to go see a doctor to get new prescription. I do have an infection for sure its very close to my mouth and it has a head but is deep in there there's redness around it as big as a half dollar.

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Sophie Says:

Doxycyline DOES NOT expire. I had a nasty rash on my face and went to my Chemist who has over 35+ years experience. She told me that I needed to go on Doxycyline for 3 months. I mentioned that I may have some at home. When I arrived home, I found some (it had been stored in a cool, dry cupboard). It was in a blister pack, but I only had enough for 8 days. It had been in my cupboard for at least 10 years. I rang the Chemist and asked her if it was safe to take and she said YES! After 2 days of taking the tabs, my rash disappeared, I carried on taking the rest. About 3 days after finishing the tabs, my rash came back. I now had no choice but to see the Quack. She prescribed me 90 tabs, but advised me to only take them for one month and I may be able to trick my body that it was better. I stopped taking them after one month and the rash has not returned for about 4 months now. After a costly Dr's visit (NZ$52) I now have a stash of 60 Doxycycline that I would not hesitate to take in another 10 years if needed. So stop freaking out people. I live in Wellington, New Zealand xSx

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