"Guaifenesin alone has no adverse effects on your glucose levels, but certain formulations containing alcohol and sugar will adversely affect your glucose levels. So, avoid products containing these potentially harmful ingredients. Reading the labels will ensure you choose an appropriate product. An even better option is choosing a cough product like Diabetic Tussin, sugar-free and alcohol-free Robitussin or Scot-Tussin, which are specifically formulated for people with diabetes."
- Guaifenesin Information for Consumers
- Guaifenesin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Guaifenesin (detailed)
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