Expired nolvadex... Still good to go?

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I have an unopened container of Tamoxifen that expired in August of 2020. Its pharma, got it prescribed to me from my TRT clinic.

Is it still safe to use 2 years after the expiration date? Also, would it even have potency?
 
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I have an unopened container of Tamoxifen that expired in August of 2020. Its pharma, got it prescribed to me from my TRT clinic.

Is it still safe to use 2 years after the expiration date? Also, would it even have potency?
Yes, as long as it hasn't been exposed to heat/moisture/sunlight.

Anything old, I always look at, and smell.

Very rarely will something be bad (although I Have witnessed it).
 
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Ive seen guys use dbol that was from the 70's and it still worked.

My guess is that it's fine if stored properly
 
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It should be fine, particularly if it’s pharma quality. As long as pills are kept dry, the drop in effectiveness is usually pretty minimal for a couple years. Expiration dates for medications are typically only a concern for antibiotics or any liquid based meds.
 

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If it was properly sealed all that time then, yes. The potency of the drug might be slightly lower but nothing noticeable. You're good to go (y)
 
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