Is not over the counter for children. It's prescription only in a compound for kids.
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10-01-2015 14:44 #21
10-01-2015 14:54 #22
My ds#2 is on it in the compound form and my daughter will require this medication also, she DOES require it now (but there is a story attached as to why not atm) and it would be so easy for me to just slip her some of ds's while we wait for the hold up...but HELL NO, as a parent i have a responsibility to my children, to use common sense and put their health and safety above all else; theres no damn way i'd do it without our paed and gp on board; the dosage of this med needs to be very carefully figured out.
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