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    expired medicines. Sherly gave a correct answer. I am a pharmacist worked in the pharmaceuical industry. The expirydate is as it says the ultimate date a medicine is garanteed. But in most countries the legal expirydate can not be longer than 3 years. For many DRY (!!) medicines. so tablets powder etc that can be much shorter than the effectivity is (partly) gone. So the real expirydate can be much longer.I have some medicines at home that were withdrawn for commercial reasons. I still incidentaly use them. Aspirine and alike will start to smell , a acid smeel, after some time. Degradation!.The most important: keep medicines dry and cool.