Do Pill Form Of Medication Go Bad After The Experation Date

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found a bottle of tynol, the date is expired, is it safe to take, still have a bottle left.



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Verwon Says:

No, Acetaminophen does not get dangerous after the expiration date, however, it may have lost potency, so it may not work as well as it did when it was new.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Acetaminophen/­

Too much, however, can be very dangerous, so it is not safe to try to take more of it, to achieve the same results.


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ArdensJoy Says:

If acetamenophen has lost potency due to age, why is it dangerous to take more to get the same effect?

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D Says:

I had a doctor tell me yesterday NEVER to take expired Tylenol. Pharmacist said today also not to take expired aspirin or antibiotics. Other drugs amy/will lose potency.

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