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can you tell me if there are expiration dates on douches?

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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology 52 years experience
Yes: The manufacturers of these apply an expiration date which you can usually find on the packages. Sometimes these are tricky codes and hard to interpret. If the package is unopened and is a dry powder, you do not have to worry about these dates. Liquids may be used if clear and unopened.

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Does summers eve douche ever expire? I want to know because i want to do it but the bottle doesn't have an expiration date

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Dr. Joy Jackson
Family Medicine 19 years experience
The : The box likely has an expiration date. If you are unsure or can't find it you should discard the bottle. You can call the company, and if there is a lot number on the bottle they may be able to look the expiration date up that way. Good luck.

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