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Hi, I just noticed that my bottle of test has an expiration date of about a month ago. I got it back in June from the compounding pharmacy, and have been using it every since. I'm not sure if I was supposed to run out by now or whether the compounded test really has such a short shelf life. It's been stored in an opaque container out of sun the whole time. I was sent my next batch about 3 weeks ago, but haven't started using it since I had so much of my first batch left.Thanks, Ray
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Most shelf lifes are set based on a purely arbitrary standard, i.e. 3 months from manufacture, 2) a shelf-life study that shows actually measures how concentration changes in the stored drug over time, or 3) the earliest shelf-life used in the mixture.i.e. if the compounding pharmacy used an oil that had a half-life in 30days theoretically the half-life of the finished product should be that as well.You could probably call them and find out how they set shelf life. My guess is that properly stored the testosterone ester would remain stable for a long time. The bigger issue might be if it was a multi-use vial you could get some evaporation changing the concentration slightly and/or causing some of the product to precipitate out and not redissolve easily.
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No - this is pretty much bone stock 200mg/ml Testosterone Cypionate. I'm going through lowtestosterone.com, and they have all the meds sent from a compounding pharmacy of their choice. The testosterone and the HCG are both compounded, and the Arimidex is not.I know the HCG has a pretty short shelf life once reconstituted, and I have to keep it in the fridge as well, but I was not sure if the Testosterone had a similar issue. Ah well, I'm pretty much at the bottom of the vial, so maybe I'll just chuck the last 1/2 ML or so that is left in the vial and crack open a new one. The new stuff is also compounded, but has added zinc and is a much smaller vial. Thanks, Ray