New Lithobid tablets will have just a 6-month expiration date

New Lithobid tablets will have just a 6-month expiration date.

This means that newer bottles on your shelf might expire before the older bottles of Lithobid.

The FDA requires this short dating because of a change in the supplier of lithium carbonate for Lithobid. The long-term stability tests on the new supply are not done yet.

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