This question was answered on Thu 09, Dec 2010 09:00pm by Dr Smruti Punwani

Is it safe to take cephalexin & prednisone, after expiration?These are my dogs prescriptions & he needs some sort of relieve before i'm ableto take him back to the doctor.

    
Asked by lauree97 (Female; 47; skin infection as a result of itching from allergic reaction to various outdoor plants. ) on Thu 09, Dec 2010 08:39pm

Is it safe to take cephalexin & prednisone, after expiration? These are my dogs prescriptions & he needs some sort of relieve before i'm able to take him back to the doctor.

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Answer by Dr Smruti Punwani  on Thu 09, Dec 2010 09:00pm:

Hello there. No medication should be consumed beyond their expiry date. the reason being that it may cause an allergic reaction or may also have some adverse effect. So its best to take your dog to the doctor. Good luck.

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