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What is the probable expiry date of cetrizine manufactured in Jan 2010 ?

hello doctor i have cetrizine(cetzine 10 mg ) tablet with me manufactured on jan 2010 but expiry date i could not see . i want to take the tablet now ,what will be the normal expiry period for cetrizine tablet please assist me in this regard
Asked On : Sun, 12 Jun 2011
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Dear arul,
why so much tension over 1 or 2 rupee tablet? buy a new one and take it . are u sure its cetirizine only ?and MFD is jan 2010 only?
normally cetirizine has 2 yrs period frm MFD to Exp Date.
best of luck!
Answered: Sun, 12 Jun 2011
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expiry date doesnt depend on the salt concerned ....its related to process of manufacturing and packaging .....keep all the factors in mind manufacturer depicts for how long the drug will hold its potency without illeffects
Answered: Sun, 12 Jun 2011
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