How Long Does The Endurance Of The Concoction Take?
I want to ask, can I get medicine from a specialist in internal medicine, but in the form of a racic capsule and then put it in a plastic medicine / valve, how long does it last ??? Considering that there is no experience. I haven’t taken the medicine for a long time, but the doctor said if you can recur, you can take it more specifically for acid reflux
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. Medicines that are formulated by themselves, because they do not go through the packaging process at the factory, certainly do not have an expiration date. This is also an advantage of factory drugs, because the drug has been packaged in such a way that all components inside can be guaranteed to remain good until the specified date, as long as it is stored in accordance with the recommendations.
The problem with concoction drugs, some of the drugs in it might still be good, but it could be that some other drugs are already bad. This can happen because each drug has a different age and endurance. There are some drugs that should not be exposed to sun exposure, which are usually sold in dark bottles or put in capsules, this protection does not exist in concoctions. Not to mention because we also don't know exactly what components your doctor put into the concoction.
So we suggest, if it's been more than a month you should not consume the drug. Which even if you still want to be consumed, you should still check yourself again, and when you are going to be prescribed medication, tell them about the medicine you have and ask if it can still be consumed. Because the doctor prescribed it beforehand, he should know whether the drug can still be consumed or not now. Meanwhile, if you are in doubt or the medicine is more than a month from the time you first got it, you should use an over-the-counter stomach pain medicine. So, hopefully answering your question.