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Morning Angel

Useless Broken Wings
Aug 8, 2018
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Once you remove the tin seal at the top of the glass bottle (the metal part), does that mean the N will go bad within a month? Someone once told me that but I wasn't sure. Or does it start to go bad once you take out the rubber stopper? Doesn't seem to say in the PPH.
 
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SamK

SamK

Cloud Surfing
Aug 21, 2018
280
most liquid meds (like morphine ) and things, have a shelf life of three months once opened... I know N and M are totally different but i thought that was worth mentioning. . A month seems a little short but 3 maximum definitely
 
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Nova

Member
May 26, 2018
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Shelf life after opening is apparently a month.
It's a bit unknown actually. I've researched the subject considerably and can't seem to get a firm definitive answer. "A" told me it would be still valid until expiration date ( as opposed to many years after expiration date, if left unopened ). Several sources seemed to indicate that the only real change is that it won't be sterile anymore ( which doesn't make a difference for us ) . It would only start to really deteriorate after being exposed to air and bacterias for a long period..
 
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Lovemykids

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Oct 1, 2018
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It's a bit unknown actually. I've researched the subject considerably and can't seem to get a firm definitive answer. "A" told me it would be still valid until expiration date ( as opposed to many years after expiration date, if left unopened ). Several sources seemed to indicate that the only real change is that it won't be sterile anymore ( which doesn't make a difference for us ) . It would only start to really deteriorate after being exposed to air and bacterias for a long period..

I think she gone by now
 
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