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Is it ok to take an expired claritin?
Last night I couldnt get any sleep cause my stomache hurt real bad. My nose was and still is all stuffed up and when ever I breath in and out it smells like smoke. I'm 13 and i dont smoke but i feel like crap right now? Should I take the expired Claritin?
If you do take it it wont be as effective as ist should be .....
DEPENDS ON HOW LONG IT HAS BEEN SINCE EXPIRATION DATE NO LONGER THAN 6 MONTH AND IF PACKING STILL LOOKS OK . I DO THIS MYSELF . IT WILL BE OK NOT POISONOUS , JUST GETS WEAK . IF YOU TAKE RIGHT AMOUNT , DON'T DOUBLE IT .........
i am 13 to and no because i tried to take an expired claritin and i had to be rushed to the emergency room and they were saying that u can die if u eat,drink anything that is expired but i was lucky so i woldnt do it
i wouldnt. Throw the expired medicine away and ask your guardian to pick some more medicine up from the pharmacy.
No, expired medicine can make you very very sick. Go to the store and buy a new pack. Flush the old medicine down the toliet. Never throw medicine away because if animals or young kids get into your trash they can eat it and get sick.
Also, make sure you parents know how you are feeling. If it doesn't go away in a few days, ask them to take you to the doctor just to get checked out. Breathing in and out smelling like smoke is a little weird to me. Does someone in your family smoke?
no don't take it but i would go to the store and but a new pack
It depends upon how you have kept it and how long it has expired. Most medicine manufacturers impose longer time to their product than as stated on the expiring dates. Furthermore, there is no medication that become poisonous after it expires. Most of them have their efficacy reduced several years after they are expired.
I always keep my medications in my fridge, and I keep using them no longer than a year after they are expired unless I have to.
If it doesn't have any obvious damage from moisture and is only about 6 months expired, go ahead.