Meloxicam 7.5 Mg And Prednisone 20 Mg

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basil Says:


how long can you store these in your medicine closet before it is not safe to take them?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Basil! How are you?

If you are asking about a bathroom medicine chest, they should not be stored there, at all. They should be stored somewhere dark, cool and dry, like a kitchen cabinet or other closet that is away from heat, light and moisture.

And they should not be kept past the expiration date on the bottle. All tablets eventually degrade and lost effectiveness.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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ciddie Says:

Will prednisone help my sinus post nasel driping down my throat?


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Michelle Says:

In reading other posts it states it's okay to take medications past their expiration date. That some have a shelf life of over 15 years so why the change of heart to this response?

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Carl Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

Why do you keep saying that these are not good after the expiration date? Do you work in the Pharmaceutical field? I would have to assume that you do because you keep misleading these people and scaring them into tossing perfectly fine medication so they would have to buy more. I realize this post was a long time ago. I just happened to come across it. I’m sure just as I did, others will too. I talked to my doctors (3 to be exact) and they have all informed me that Meloxicam along with many MANY other prescription drugs are fine to take after expired 10 or more years. Stop trying to get these people to spend more money on these high priced medications! Folks, if you have any serious doubts like I did, do some research. The information you seek isn’t hard to find. Unfortunately, some doctors may tell you to re-buy your meds.. the pharmaceutical companies need more money!! Ridiculous.

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