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06-09-2012 01:31 #21
Could my LO be allergic to panadol??
06-09-2012 09:50 #22Senior Member
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04-01-2013 22:22 #23Senior Member
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My son had 2 severe reactions to infant panadol. We didn't know which ingredient he reacted to so we were advised not to use any. Well yesterday my son was very sick and while in emergency the decision was made to give panadol suppositry under medical supervision. He had a temp of 42 that nurofen wasn't breaking. He didn't react to it all. Due to some common ingredients in nurofen , zyrtec and panadol we have concluded its the flavour he reacted to. And apparently its very common.
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