Picked up my first NHS T3 tablets this week, given in a brown bottle and the PIL was in the bag, clearly it had been destined for someone else cause there was a pharmacy label stuck over the front, which they had tried to scrape off, it looked very scruffy. There was no batch number or expiry date, rang and got this info, batch 84086, expiry 10/8/2017.
I asked the chemist if they needed notice for the next prescription ( assuming there will be one) his reply was , "oh no we always have plenty of these in stock!"
Is this normal precedure, the Greek T3 comes in clean/tidy boxes/blister packs with a much longer expiry date?
Large supply, why would that be? There are very few people prescribed in this area according to Open Prescribe.