Expired Aspirin?

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In 1979, a law was passed requiring drug manufactures to stamp and expiration date on their products in which they could ensure the drug's full potency and safety. Most drugs remain effective past their expiration dates and this includes aspirin. Typically the only thing that happens to and expired medication is that it may lose some of its effectiveness.
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Nothing will happen if you take them but you want get the full effect from
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It will be perfectly safe to take. The expiry dates are there because many drugs start to lose potency after a while so will have less effect.
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it doesn't go bad but it can lose it's potency
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All prescription and over-the-counter medications contain an expiration date on the original bottle or box. Medications should not be taken past the expiration date, they may not
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