Glucose Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Warnings

Glucose is also known as: BD Glucose, Dex4, Dex4 Assorted Flavors, Dex4 Berry Blast, Dex4 Gel Tropical Blast, Dex4 Pouch Pack, Dex4 Sour Apple, Dex4 Strawberries & Cream, Dex4 Tropical Blast, Dex4 Tropical Fruit, Dex4 Watermelon, Dextrose, GNP Quick Dissolve Strawberries & Cream, Glutol, Glutose, Insta-Glucose, Leader Quick Dissolve Strawberries & Cream, Medicine Shoppe Quick Dissolve Strawberries & Cream, Monojel, Trutol


Glucose Chewable Tablets has not been shown to cause harm to the fetus when taken during pregnancy. It is unknown if Glucose Chewable Tablets are excreted in breast milk. If you are or will be breast-feeding while you are using Glucose Chewable Tablets, check with your doctor or pharmacist to discuss the risks to your baby.

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