Storage of epzicom and lexapro
Nov 24, 2005
I store epzicom and lexapro in the refrigerator. Has the low temperature damaged either of these drugs and can I move them to a cabinet without causing harm?
Response from Dr. Wohl
The manufacturers' prescribing information for both Epizicom and Lexapro state that the drugs should be stored at temps between 59F and 86F.
So, unless you live in a very hot place, room temp should be fine.
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