Store Tyzeka tablets and oral solution in the original bottle at room temperature, 59 degrees F to 86 degrees F (15 degrees C to 30 degrees C).
Do not store Tyzeka Tablets in a damp place such as a bathroom medicine cabinet or near the kitchen sink.
Do not freeze Tyzeka Oral Solution.
Use Tyzeka Oral Solution within 2 months after opening the bottle.
Keep the bottle closed tightly.
Throw away Tyzeka when it is outdated or no longer needed by taking Tyzeka to a community take-back disposal program, if available, or by placing Tyzeka in a closed container (such as a sealed bag) in the household trash. Remove all identifying information from the original Tyzeka container before throwing it out.
Keep Tyzeka and all medicines out of the reach of children.
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