Can Robitussin Change The Color Of Your Urine?

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Linda Says:
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Can taking Robitussin cough syrup 4x a day turn your urine red? All of a sudden my urine has turned red almost looking like blood.

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Verwon Says:

That is not a common side effects, as listed by the FDA. They typically include nausea, dizziness, vomiting, and dry mouth.

Anytime you experience something unusual like this, it is best to have it checked out by your doctor, for your safety.

Are you on any other medications? Do you have any other diagnosed medical conditions?

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Mike Says:
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This happened to me now. I am clean sexual-wise but after taking a bottle of Robitussin over 2 days, the same thing happened to me.

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