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    Test cypionate TRT expiration

    I have a few bottles of test cyp that were prescribed to me. I'm not on TRT though. I'm saving the bottles for an upcoming cycle. Anyways, I received them in January 2016. I was planning to start my cycle in May. I noticed the expiration date is June 2016. They came from a compounding pharmacy. Do you think they will lose potency? I've stored them in a cool, dark room this whole time

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    You should have no problems. It sounds as if you stored it properly.
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    The expiration date is really for the oil, not the test itself. The test is very stable and doesn't break down easily or quickly. I ran out of test about a week early awhile back and used stuff that had been expired for a year and it worked just fine.

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    I keep myself in a cool, dark place. And I'm way past expiration and relatively useful. Emphasis on relatively.
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    No way to tell if the assay is off unless you lab test it. A good rule of thumb for expired product is to make sure the solution is clear and free from any floating debri which might indicate a bacterial growth is present...

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    Quote Originally Posted by APIs
    No way to tell if the assay is off unless you lab test it. A good rule of thumb for expired product is to make sure the solution is clear and free from any floating debri which might indicate a bacterial growth is present...
    I'll check for any floating debris then. That's messed up that they compounded it so that it would expire six months after receiving it. I suppose they want to make sure I use it so that I buy more

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