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    Default Alternative to Panadol?

    My DD 9 months old has had fevers due to a cold/teething so I have been giving her nurofen but it doesn't really bring down the fever so I go some panadol and she can't keep it down as soon as she tastes it she vomits everytime she has even a little panadol she vomits but is fine with the nurofen takes it and keeps it down no worries.
    Anyone else had this problem? Do you have a suggestion for a different type of paracetamol??

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    Yes. Have just been through this with DD2. Her only option was the Panadol suppositories. Good luck

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    Try dymadon- tastes heaps better

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    Default Re: Alternative to Panadol?

    my son was the same, last time when he had high fever we took him to the hospital and he took the panadol there with no problem, I asked the nurse which flavor was it and she told me orange. I went to the chemist, found panadol only have one cherry vanilla flavour, orange flavour is from another brand but same ingredient paracetamol , bought it but haven't used it yet. May be worth give it a try

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    Default Re: Alternative to Panadol?

    I checked the brand, it is dymadon~~

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    Default Alternative to Panadol?

    Try dymadon... My lo has a reaction to something that added to the brand "panadol" but is fine with dymadon

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    Default Alternative to Panadol?

    Quote Originally Posted by Alimia View Post
    Try dymadon- tastes heaps better
    Yep! DD loves this one!

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    THANK YOU EVERYONE Dymadon worked the treat DD took it no worries

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndtimemumma View Post
    THANK YOU EVERYONE Dymadon worked the treat DD took it no worries
    Yay, glad it worked!


 

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