Expired Clotrimazole Vaginal Tablets

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roberts Says:


i just wanted to find out how safe it is to use expired Clotrimazole Vaginal tablets. the tablets expired in April 2010 but the packing is still intact.



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Juliet Says:
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Hi! I had vaginal discharge and I went to clinic they gave me clotrimazole viginal tablet,I used it then the following day as it comes out,it came with menstruation.So am little bit confused cos it wasn't my period time.Is it normal?

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Verwon Says:

Roberts, they do not become dangerous, once they are expired, but they may lose efficacy, according to NIH reports, so they may not work as well as they did, when new.

Juliet, it is normal for some of it to be discharged, and for you to experience spotting, according to NIH studies. Other side effects may include irritation, itching, and skin redness.

How are you both doing, now?

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Maame Says:
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I used a clotrimazole pessary and later find out is expired. Pls is it harmful?

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