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I take a prescription for leg pain (Vicodin) and my company has started random drug testing. I only take 1 once in a while when needed and by the time the bottle is used up they will be WELL past the expiration date on the bottle. Is this a reason for concern? I have talked to H.R. and all I get is we don't know yet and we'll see. I do not want to throw them away as they are paid for. Any help will be appreciated,
Thank you that is just about what I was thinking but, You know an expert opinion is what I wanted. So as long as I still have the bottle with my name on it the expiration date will not matter. Sure would hate to loose 15 yrs. on the job over a technicality with only 6 yrs. or so till I will retire. Thx again, Well worth the money
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