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    So for the long ragey post I'm just venting!

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    Hun have you asked your doctor for an Alternative to oral medication?
    I had to use suppositories for Ds2 for the same reason.
    Some doctors will do it others don't like to mention them.

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    I didn't know there was another option, I will think about though, ugh I very much doubt she will just lie still for that option but I'm desperate enough to think about it, can't be anymore traumatic than what's happening currently I guess.

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    Is not nice but it's not like they can spit it out. I had to do it for a few weeks. But he was only little.

    I also tried giving it in milk or from a spoon with something yummy.
    I even filled a chip once to try.
    It's not easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
    I even filled a chip once to try.
    Sorry I shouldn't laugh but lol that is genius!

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    It was worth a shot as he just sucks on them. But it was a bit messy.

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    If it makes you feel better my older ds hates medicine. Up until 4 months ago I had to mount him, pin his head between my knees, purse his lips and administer so that he can't spit it out.

    He's 4.5. It's just only recently that I can start to reason with him and explain why he needs to drink it.

    So you're no alone

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    Quote Originally Posted by misho View Post
    If it makes you feel better my older ds hates medicine. Up until 4 months ago I had to mount him, pin his head between my knees, purse his lips and administer so that he can't spit it out.

    He's 4.5. It's just only recently that I can start to reason with him and explain why he needs to drink it.

    So you're no alone
    This is what I do too but she still spits it out.

    I called work and said I wouldn't be in after all, I have given her a syringe and we have been practising on 'ted' telling him how good he is at having medicine and giving him lots of pats and cuddles.

    I'm going to try to give her some panadol soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by DueInAugust View Post
    I even filled a chip once to try.


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    Lmao. Imagine their face! Oooh yes mummy is giving me chips. mmmmm....wait a minute.Oooh noooo it's medicine!!!

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    Yes he was not sure what had happened. Looked at the next one funny to.

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