posted on Apr, 17 2007 @ 01:31 PM
Just regarding allergies, I have some really bad allergies too. Grass, trees, ragweed. You name it. I have found getting allergy shots helps
tremendously. I used to take Allegra every day and night from when the snow melted in the spring until when frost fell again in the fall. Since I
started getting them, I have rarely needed to take anything most of the time. Occasionally my eyes will get a bit itchy in the summer, but that's
about it. So ask your doctor. Although I know how some people on this site look upon injections .
I've also taken some medication that was past the expiry date a few times (namely inhalers), and I haven't had any kind of bad experience with them.
Although they weren't more than a month or two over in most cases.
Anyway, the best situation is to get off of medications entirely before you end up in a survival situation, because eventually you are going to run
out and have to go completely cold turkey.