Question by Shay D: What really happens when vitamins, prescription meds or over-the-counter drugs reach their expiration date?
I have heard nothing happens and it’s just a marketing scam or that it may lose it’s potency. Anyone really know what that date on the bottle is really for? Is it dangerous to take anything after the date on the bottle?
Answer by carobygirl
What happens is that the drug companies who make them are not responsible if you get very sick from taking them. Expiration dates are there to protect you. The meds don’t go bad on that day, but you have no way of knowing when they actually will go bad.
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