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    Quote Originally Posted by lil miss View Post
    Hugs, i have similar issues with dd1. On the box (and bottle as well), it should say if the child exceeds the weight (or along those lines anyway), give x amount of panadol per x amount of kg.
    This is the link to childrens panadol site to work out how much to give (upto 41kg). Hope that helps
    https://www.panadol.com.au/dosage-calculator.html
    That website doesn't help as my dd is 40kilos already. Thank you so much for taking the time to find it.

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    Can you ask your local pharmacist to work out a correct dose according to weight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by theoneandonlyem View Post
    I am wondering if I'm the only one who thinks the new wiggles are lacking in talent. They can't sing, and their songs this year at the carols are frankly, cr@p.
    You are most definitely not the only one who has noticed this.

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    Ugh I have nothing to add. But rocky road usually works for me. Or mint slice biscuits.

    For what it's worth, I've made contact with three friends in the last month. Im waiting for 2 of them to call back (would worry something serious might have happened except they're all over Facebook) and the third is averaging a week to return a text.

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    We are all going out to dinner tonight, so it should be interesting. I actually don't think they appreciate how hard it is for me to even find the time for an evening out. I've had to get Mum, Dad and Nana in to watch the kids (they're taking them to Carols by Candlelight) and DF will be working.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Nomsie View Post
    None of them ever try and put themselves in my shoes to understand what it is like with 3. Or even with just my non-sleeping DD. Or back when the boys were little they used to harp on at me that I spent too much time with them
    Um no... You can't spend too much time with your children! Especially when they're little!

    Do they ever suggest a bbq at home?
    I'm grateful for the people who've had us over, who either don't have kids or who don't have little kids who are still welcoming and do something easy like a bbq. Makes me feel almost like i did pre DS. Except of course that I'm not drinking!

    To me, you're pretty amazing! I am fully aware of how lucky I am that DS sleeps - for now. I can't begin to imagine how hard it would be if he didn't. How you manage to not completely lose your chit every single day is beyond me. That's what happens to me if I'm sleep deprived.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tastychicken View Post
    That website doesn't help as my dd is 40kilos already. Thank you so much for taking the time to find it.
    The dose of paracetamol for kids under 12 is 15mg/kg. If the panadol 5-12 years has a strength of 50mg/ml then you give 3ml/10kg of body weight or 0.3ml/kg. So for 40kg it's 12ml, for 45 kg its 13.5ml.

    Just make sure you get the panadol that's 50mg/ml strength. I have the 100mg/ml stuff, so if you have that you only have to give half the dose I talked about.

    HTH, send me a pm if you need. I would suggest running it past your dr first, but at least you'll know how to work the dose out.

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