Medicine is given an expiration date to assure quality of product. It’s important always to read the expiration date on your Robitussin® carton and on the bottle label. It’s not recommended you use medicine beyond its expiration date.
To find the right relief for your symptoms, try our Robitussin® Relief Finder. Always be sure to read and follow label directions and consult your doctor with any questions.
As with any medicine, if you are pregnant or nursing a baby, seek the advice of a health professional before using Robitussin® products.
You should consult with your doctor to answer any specific concerns with your condition.
Robitussin® wants to help you protect your teenagers and young adults from the dangers of over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription medicine abuse. Click here to learn more about potential medicine abuse.
All Robitussin® products contain child-resistant packaging, however, it’s important to keep all medications out of sight and reach of children at all times.
Here are a few simple steps can help:
While the average adult only gets 2-4 colds a year, children can average to 6-10 colds a year. That’s because children haven’t yet built up the immunity to viruses that adults have. Children are also exposed to a greater variety of illnesses at school, daycare and other social gatherings with other children.