Sorry for the lack of recent posting, I am on service in the ICU and quite busy.
Grabbed something too good to pass up, however.
I here present the actual paper for the Shelf Life Extension Program.
Lots more detail, including specific drugs and how long they lasted.
Note: lots of variability between lots, even from the same manufacturers.
I’m not going to give particular medical advice here because I’m not your doctor and don’t know you. Please read closely, pay attention to the details and choose wisely. Apply common sense.
Medications are one of the hardest things to throw away, because they are expensive and hard to obtain. I would argue that cluttering your storage space with things you can’t really rely on, is not something that helps you sleep well at night.
You will see that many meds, if not most meds, can extend past shelf life; most will not do harm if you take them past that particular shelf life. However, there is harm in thinking you are getting benefit from a certain drug for a life-threatening condition, when in fact you are getting no benefit.