When does Alprazolam expire? I noticed there is no expiration date printed on the prescription bottle.
I've asked the pharmasist who filled the prescription on two separate occassions; but, recieved two different answers. The first answer was: ' One year after the perscription was filled'.
The later answer was: 'Two years after the prescription was filled.'
So that leaves me with not knowing which one to go by.
The prescription was filled 10 and 1/2 months ago.
It would depend how long they have been in stock in the chemist for. Might have been there a while before you got them. They should always carry expirary dates. Mine used to. Can't recall what it was. But it was a good amount of time. Use the name Xanax and people might answer your question quicker as that is the name more people would know them as.
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