Monday, March 26, 2012

Fever All Ages 3-6 ("Children's Strength) Review and Giveaway 4-5-2012

I was sent Fever All Children's Strength to review and giveaway. The children's strength is recommended for children 3-6 years old. I would actually use the medicine for my eight year old son too because I would rather use a little less Acetaminophen because of the warnings of the product. This product is a rectal suppository for children who refuse or unable to take a fever reducer due to vomiting. Too much Acetaminophen can destroy your child's liver, so not following directions on any fever reducer for your child can be dangerous. It is important that you consult with your doctor or medical assistant before you administer Acetaminophen (Tylenol) to your child. 


The company who sent me this sample, wants me to tell you that my son should take FeverAll for children ages six to twelve years of age. They told me that acetaminophen when taken correctly will not hurt your children. They don't want me to give you inaccurate information. Therefore, this is what I tell you, it is important to use medication correctly. However, if I make the choice to use less medicine if it works for my child, this is my choice. I do follow directions on medicine, but I also believe less can sometimes be better in certain situations. If your child needs medicine to reduce a fever, by all means use the correct dose for your child. I do use the correct dosage. Besides following directions on medicines, it is a good thing to listen to what your pediatrician has to say about medicine.






I actually had to give my boy another suppository medicine in the past due to vomiting and this medicine should be kept in your medicine cabinet just in case your child needs a fever reducer and they cannot take it through liquid or a pill. Here is information about Fever All from the makers of the product.




As a parent, I’m sure you’ve been there - it’s the middle of the night - sick baby wailing with a fever and you can’t get her to calm down to take a full dose of liquid acetaminophen. Your frustration compounds the situation because all you want to do is help her to feel better. If you had FeverAll® Acetaminophen Suppositories in your medicine cabinet, this situation might play out a bit smoother and your baby would receive the full dose of acetaminophen that she needs to fight fever.


 
FeverAll® is the top national brand of acetaminophen in suppository form. Parents have relied on its accuracy and ease-of-use for more than 30 years. With FeverAll®, parents can be confident that their child has received the exact dosage of acetaminophen required for their age every single time. At less than one-inch in size, FeverAll® is smaller than other acetaminophen suppositories, which makes it easier to administer in infants and children. 
Acetaminophen dosing for children has never been simpler or more accurate.  No more measuring, struggling with a feisty toddler or worrying if your child swallowed the full/proper dose because they’re spitting up. What’s more, FeverAll® Infants’ Strength (ages six to 36 months) is the only infant acetaminophen product available that has dosing instructions on the label.

FeverAll® Children’s Strength (ages 3-6 years) and Jr. Strength (ages 6-12 years) formulas are also great alternatives for older children who are unable or unwilling to take a full dose of acetaminophen orally, due to vomiting, or have difficulty swallowing due to physical or medical conditions.

FeverAll® is available at major retailers and drugstores across the U.S., such as Rite Aid, Walgreens and Walmart for a suggested retail price of approximately $7.00 for a package of six suppositories.  Learn more about FeverAll at www.Feverall.com.
The Giveaway is For a Box of Fever All Children's Strength pain reliever and fever reducer


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