As a mom of 2 young girls I’ve dealt with my fair share of aches, pains and fevers. And to alleviate those aches and pains and to lower the fevers I’ve always relied on liquid acetaminophen. It’s easy to administer and goes down quick. However, there have been times when each of my girls had a stomach bug and couldn’t keep anything down, including medication, all the while trying to fight a fever at the same time. During those times I wish I had known about FeverAll.
FeverAll is an alternative to liquid acetaminophen and the top brand of acetaminophen in suppository form. For over 30 years parents have relied on FeverAll’s ease-of-use and accuracy to provide just the right dosage to infants and children who’re unwilling or unable to orally take a full dose of acetaminophen or who can’t keep it down.
At less than one-inch in size (1/4 inch wide) FeverAll suppositories are smaller than other brands, making it easier to administer to infants and children. And, each suppository is a precise dose, which means no more measuring and no more worrying whether your child swallowed the full or proper dosage. Parents and caregivers can rest assured that children receive the exact dosage of acetaminophen needed for their age every time with FeverAll.
FeverAll is available in three strengths:
- Infants’ (80 mg), for ages 6-36 months
- Children’s (120 mg), for ages 3-6 years
- Jr. (325 mg), for ages 6-12 years
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