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Oh ladies, I'm a little upset. Last time I was pregnant with Brynlee, I bought some generic prenatals at CVS to take until I got a script from the OB. Well, I still have a ton left, so I went to take some and what do I notice?
AN EXPIRATION DATE OF JULY 2009!
***?!? I didn't get my BFP with Brynlee til August 16th! Why were they selling expired pills?
I was planning on getting some new pills this time around until I can get in to see someone, but holy crap! This is ridiculous.
Wow...well a lot of meds are perfectly fine after the sell-by-date, so I'm sure they were okay at the time too...well look at Bryn--she's healthy as a horse (Praise the Lord) and a happy girl...but I would buy new ones this time around.
~*~*~ Kristin--mama to two fabulous and fierce beauties--Aly and Natalie*~*~
I went to get Mylanta for Mason at CVS. I got all the way to the checkout and waited in line for 15 minutes and then I flipped the bottle over and saw the date- It expired in 2009 so I had to go back and start all over again. It's annoying and since he was having screaming fits with his stomach I definitely wanted some fresh stuff
Generally though expired meds are good for up to 2 years past their date.