Expiration Date Of Gabapentin

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I've heard that gabapentin has a shelf life of five years after expiration. Most pharmacists have to put a earlier expiration date on them however. And even if gabapentin is expired they pose no risk noe so they become toxic. Maybe they'll lose some of their effectiveness, but that's it. ## Hello, Cindy! How are you? Yes, that information is correct and no, they do not become toxic. Once the pharmacy breaks the seal on the original factory bottle, they are required, by the FDA, to put a one year expiration date on the dispensing bottle, because that is the longest time the manufacturers can guarantee their full efficacy under average storage conditions, in someone's home. The 4 to 5 years is under ideal storage conditions, where they aren't exposed to the elements th... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Gabapentin.
Thu, Sep 22 '16, 6:03 PM
gabapentin G5027 Mfg. Greenstone
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What is the expiration date of these pills? ## From what I could gather, the shelf-life of Gabapentin (Neurontin) is about 2-3 years according to the link below: medicines.org.uk/emc/medicine/17095#SHELF_LIFE I've also read studies saying that the expiration date of most pills is actually 10-15 years, but I would think that potency may be lost in that time frame. I hope this helps! ...
Updated 5 years ago in Gabapentin.
Sat, Aug 25 '12, 9:05 PM
How long does neurontin/gabapentin stay good if they are in a medicine bottle sealed?
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I found a bottle of my gabapentin 600's in a bottle in the closet and I don't want to just pitch them if they're usable because I don't have insurance and they're expensive. What do you think? ## Hello, Lee! How are you? They should be disposed of if they are past the expiration date on the label. That is the longest period of time they be guaranteed to retain efficacy under normal storage conditions. This medication may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, weight changes and mood swings. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I found a bottle of gabapentin from 2014 would they still be good ## It would stil be good just mabe not as effective.Your right they are expensive. You can Google it. ## The efficiency will not be up to par. You should dispose of... ...
Updated 27 days ago in Neurontin.
Tue, Sep 26 '17, 4:24 PM
West-ward 993
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This is a yellow capsule reading West-ward 993. I have a feeling it may be amoxicillin. But am not quite sure. Can anyone shed some light on this? I am not able to find it on any websites ## westward 993 ## what is a yellow capsule with Westward 993 printed on it ? ## This has been a tough one to find more details on, but it is reportedely a 300 mg Gabapentin. Used for the treatment of epilepsy and to relieve certain neuropathic pain. Does this sound right to everybody? Are there any other details available? In the mean time, you can read more about Gabapentin at: ## it is for gabapentin 300Mg. it might be an older version but should still be good for 2 years after expiration date... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Amoxicillin.
Sun, Jul 25 '10, 12:05 PM

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