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FeverAll Acetaminophen Suppositories

“ALogo Mommy MD Guides Recommended Product Rnother way to put fevers to bed”

“One of the best-kept secrets is that acetaminophen comes in a suppository,” says Jennifer Hanes, DO, a mom of a six-year-old daughter and a three-year-old son, an emergency physician, a certified forensic physician, and the founder of Empowered Medicine, PLLC, in Austin, TX. “With a suppository, it becomes possible to help a sick child feel better from a fever even when his tummy is upset.”

carton-shot-new-80-mgSuppositories are a great option for when oral acetaminophen won’t go or stay down. Parents will know their child received the exact dosage of acetaminophen required for their age every time.

FeverAll sells acetaminophen suppositories in infants’, children’s, and junior strength at drugstores. For children up to age three, use the infants’ strength of 80 milligrams unless otherwise instructed by your doctor. FeverAll Infants’ Strength is the only acetaminophen suppository approved for infants as young as six months. FeverAll costs approximately $7 for a pack of six suppositories. For more information on FeverAll, visit FeverAll.com.

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