After 4 Years Is Amoxicillin Safe Take

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jane tarzan Says:


IS IT SAFE TO TAKE AMOXICILLIN IF IT IS 4 YEARS OLD



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Jane! How are you?

If it's that old, it would be best to just dispose of it. Medications lose effectiveness over time and with an antibiotic, that can create the risk of it not properly eradicating the bacteria, which could then develop antibiotic resistance.

If you need an antibiotic, it would be best to get a new prescription.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Is it safe to take clarithromycin if it expired 2 months ago.

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