Are Antibiotics Still Good After Being In A Car For 6 Months?

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Erin Says:


i have antibiotics that were in a car trunk for about 4 months during the winter and they do not expire till november 2014. will they still be affective?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Erin! How are you?

Given the questionable nature of those storage conditions, I have to say no, you should most likely just dispose of them. Moisture, heat and temperature extremes tend to accelerate the degradation.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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