Pseudoephedrine - How much does pseudoephredine raise blood sugar levels?

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6 Oct 2009

Every person is different and would depend on many factors ie. age, health, metabolism, amount of pseudoephedrine taken etc. The only way you could find out for sure is by using a blood-glucose monitor and testing your blood-glucose levels.

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