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judy Says:


I have a vial of B12 with expiration date of 4/2012, is it safe to still use it for injections



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David Says:

I would of coarse never recommend taking expired "anything", but generally vitamins are still ok to use shortly after their expiration date, and if it's not as potent or effective, at least you'll know why. April was only two months ago, so I doubt that it will have lost much or any of its potency by now.

I have some expired Vitamin C powder from Feb. 2012 and it still seems to serve its purpose well today. It may just be me, but I think the expiration date on vitamins isn't as accurate as we're lead to believe. From my perspective I think the quick expiration date on many products is just to get you to buy it more frequently than necessary.

I hope my opinion helps!

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DrVM Says:

I HAVE SOME veterinary MEDICINES LIKE NUROKIND, AMIKACIN etc which became expired about 6 month before, so can i still use these drugs in animals. pls guide me.
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Karon Says:
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My b12 is 4 years past expiration date . Is it safe to inject?

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