I want to highly recommend that you check out this video (just under 4 minutes) that can tell you about the updates to acetaminophen products. It’s important to get updated on what’s been changing with these products so that you can know best how to treat them when they get sick. The video also has some really good tips for how to get kids to take their medicine! Here’s a link to the new dosage chart, as well.
I have been trying out PediaCare’s Fever Reducer/Pain Reliever with Darah (we had a recent cold circulate in the house). And I LOVE the new dispenser method. Darah prefers to take her medicine with a syringe, and we used to spend a LOT of time trying to get her medicine out in the proper dosage (we’d often get air pockets over get too much medicine out, and then put too much back in…such a pain!). The flow restriction that the products now have has ensured that we get it right the first time!
I also LOVE that they have a dosage based on weight. It’s really important to read that label carefully! I’m really glad to see on the infant products that it doesn’t just say, “ask a doctor.” That used to drive me nuts! Now you have a better idea for the proper dosage. But do make sure you know the weight of your child…no guessing!
I also like that PediaCare products are dye free, so that’s one less harmful thing for my kids to be ingesting.
The PediaCare Infants Fever Reducer/Pain Reliever is intended for ages 0-36 months and retails for $6.99 for a 2 ounce bottle. PediaCare Children’s Fever Reducer/Pain Reliever is intended for ages 2-11 and is $7.59 for a 4 ounce bottle.
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