I did the same thing. I called the pharmacy and they said it would be fine - it just gets thick.
it decomposes much faster
If it doesn't smell bad or has any floaties....your good!
There is currently no generic on the market. However, this may change when another company decides to make the same product. Until that happens there is no generic of this OTC medication.
Do something and then see what happens.
Generic portable generators are a good investment if you get a warranty for them and if they are reliable source. just make sure you can trade them in if something happens.
Biaxin loses potency so the same dosage will not be as effective. It would be like lowering the administered dose from 4ml to 2 or 3 ml.
You'll pass out...and maybe not wake up again, that's what.
If it is still infected then it has not healed. If generic antiseptics have not worked then it is advisable to see a physician.
This is way to generic of a question, need to know what kind of meds. What is dosage, how long have you been on the meds?
When an acid based food is added to Jello mix and water, then allowed to cool, the Jello will not set. Acid based foods should be added to Jello after it has fully set.
no. it is a vinegar so it preserves itself
Generic or brand name, the drug is -- must legally be -- the same. What happens is the dosage, Regular and Extra Strength. Also the FDA has two drug ratings Class A and Class B, some manufacturers have stricter guidelines and use less fillers/additives. Legally the effectiveness and potency must be the same but typically Class A drugs are more easily absorbed and metabolized. It also depends on body chemistry, since everyone is different certain people do better with generic some better with name-brand, it depends on what works best for you. The generic vicodin made by Watson is rated class A, the generic by mallinckrpdt(M357) is class B. To find out what class a drug is ask your pharmacist.