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What is the shelf life of Viagra, Cialis, or Levitra?

 

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Prescription medications all come stamped with an expiration date from the manufacturer when we receive the medications in the pharmacy. But they really only apply when the medication is stored under perfect conditions.

In general, prescription medications, once taken out of the pharmacy and stored in someone’s home, are good for one year from the date they were filled.

If you want more specific information, you need to talk to the pharmacist who filled your prescription since this is only a guideline.

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Interesting Infographic which shows the difference between Viagra, Cialis & Levitra http://forum.internationaldrugmart.com/drug-informatin-f5/viagra-cialis-levitra-t4357.html

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