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I've recently come down with the flu. I don't know if it's piggy flu, but all my symptoms are consistent with the flu regardless.
I have some Nyquil in the medicine cabinet, but the expiration date was eighteen months ago. So, the question is, is it actually safe to use or not? I don't know if this stuff actually spoils or just loses it's potency, and if I can save some money by not buying another bottle (not to mention going out and infecting everyone I cross paths with), then it would be preferred. But I don't know the truth of these expirations. The bottle has been opened from when I originally got it, if that makes a difference, and it doesn't look discolored or anything, although with Nyquil who can tell.