FeverAll for Infants and Children (Fever’s All Better Giveaway Incld. $20 Babies R Us GC))

April 13, 2012 by  
Filed under children, giveaways, health, infants

I’m a firm believer in stocking my medicine cabinet with items that will help my girls feel better when they are sick. After all, there’s nothing worse than dragging a sick child to the store while you read medicine labels, talk to a pharmacist, and stand in line at the cashier’s station.

That being said, giving medicines to my younger girls can sometimes be a nightmare. They always tend to put up a fight and I end up with medicine on their clothes and on their faces. Of course, now I have no idea how much of it they actually swallowed and how much more I should give them.

Well, it looks like FeverAll has come up with a solution.

FeverAll is the top national brand of acetaminophen in suppository form. For more than 30 years, parents have relied on its accuracy and ease of use as a solution for fighting fever and pain in infants or children who can’t or won’t take a full dose of liquid acetaminophen orally.

FeverAll Children’s Strength (ages 3-6 years) and Jr. Strength (ages 6-12 years) formulas are also great alternatives for children who are unable or unwilling to take a full dose of acetaminophen orally, due to vomiting, or have difficulty swallowing due to physical or medical conditions. With FeverAll®, parents can be confident that their child has received the exact dosage of acetaminophen required for their age every single time. At less than one-inch in size, FeverAll is smaller than other acetaminophen suppositories, which makes it easier to administer in infants and children.

Acetaminophen dosing for children has never been simpler or more accurate.  No more measuring, struggling with a feisty toddler or worrying if your child swallowed the full/proper dose because they’re spitting up or vomiting. What’s more, FeverAll® Infants’ Strength (ages six to 36 months) is the only infant acetaminophen product available that has dosing instructions on the label.

FeverAll is available at major retailers and drugstores across the U.S., such as Rite Aid, Walgreens and Walmart for a suggested retail price of approximately $7.00 for a package of six suppositories.  Learn more about FeverAll at www.Feverall.com

courtesy of FeverAll

I really like the idea of knowing that my girls will get the exact amount of medicine prescribed for their age and weight. I also like that there are no more sticky messes all over their clothes, the bed, and their faces. And I really like that FeverAll won’t interfere when the girls are already feeling nauseated.

So stock up on FeverAll just in case your child gets ill in the coming months. You’ll have peace of mind knowing that you’re prepared.

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Owner of An Island Life and Family Review Network. Wife, mother, and flight attendant . . . living a blessed life in Hawaii.
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159 Responses to “FeverAll for Infants and Children (Fever’s All Better Giveaway Incld. $20 Babies R Us GC))”
  1. 1
    Amy W. says:

    I always have some fever reducer on hand.

  2. 2
    Kathy Stevenson says:

    I always have medicine.

  3. 3
    Wendy R says:

    I always have Tylenol and Motrin on hand!

  4. 4
    Becky M says:

    Keep lots of medicine and kleenex on hand!

  5. 5
    sandra says:

    stock up on kids’ meds

  6. 6
    tess says:

    i always have fevr medincine on hand and popsicles
    tcogbill at live dot com

  7. 7
    Jessie C. says:

    Kleenex and kids med.

  8. 8
  9. 9
    jen says:

    I always have tissues and hand sanitizer!

  10. 10
    D Schmidt says:

    I ensure we have a stock of medication and things they like to drink to keep them hydrated

  11. 11
    Vickie Couturier says:

    ive got one sick right now,,popcycles,,lots of fluids,tylenol,an easy foods to eat,,,

  12. 12
    Kristie says:

    We have cough meds, fever meds, tissues, etc. on hand all the time.

  13. 13
    Julie Grimberg says:

    always have medicine and tissues on hand

  14. 14
    Cynthia R says:

    i keep medicine on hand

  15. 15
    MrsVeeVee says:

    Usually have meds and some comfort toys and/or food. Keep pedialite too.

  16. 16
    Christy says:

    I stock up on orange juice and fever meds.

  17. 17
    Lori Z. says:

    I always have pain relievers on hand.

  18. 18
    Kathlyne says:

    I make sure to have fever reducers and cough medicines at home.

  19. 19
    Adrienne gordon says:

    lots of meds

  20. 20
    Gaye M says:

    I make sure to have the “fixins” for frozen fruit juice pops to soothe sore throats.

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  22. 22
    Emily R. says:

    I always keep fever reducing medication in the cabinet.

  23. 23
    Tari Lawson says:

    I keep Tylenol and Motrin on hand.

  24. 24
    SHAYNA says:

    MY SON HAS NEVER REALLY BEEN SICK, HE IS 11 MONTHS OLD AND HAS HAD ONE COLD..THERE IS NOT A WHOLE LOT YOU CAN DO WHEN THEY ARE INFANTS..BOOGIE WIPES AND A HUMDIFIER :)

    shebebes@yahoo.com

  25. 25
    Beth C says:

    Keep plenty of juice on hand and fever reducers

  26. 26
    lisa kay says:

    I always have tylenol on hand

  27. 27
    EMMA L HORTON says:

    I TRY AND HAVE SOME COLD BOTTLED WATER ON HAND

  28. 28
    Jennifer Marie says:

    I make sure they have clear liquids and lots of rest

  29. 29
    Jenny says:

    We keep a fever reducer on hand

  30. 30
    Charlotte Padgett says:

    make sure I have gatorade or fruit juices on hand.

  31. 31
    Crystal says:

    Keep medicine on hand, and a bottle of Lysol so no one else gets sick

  32. 32
    Stephanie says:

    i always have meds in the house

  33. 33
    Kristy Thiel says:

    definitely making sure we have enough pedialyte on hand!

  34. 34
    Linda Lansford says:

    I make chicken soup

  35. 35
    Ashley C says:

    We have cooling packs in the fridge and always have fever reducer.

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

  36. 36
    Linda says:

    I have Tylenol on hand

  37. 37
    Tabathia B says:

    I always keep liquid ibuprofen available and pedialyte

  38. 38
    Jessica says:

    We have baby Tylenol and the pediatrician’s number handy

  39. 39
    April Brenay says:

    Clean their bedding, and steam clean their favorite stuffed animal

  40. 40
    Pauline M says:

    I keep the medicine on hand and will feed them with lots of fluids!

  41. 41
    Maryann says:

    I make sure we have lots of meds and fluids on hand

  42. 42
    Happi Shopr says:

    we keep aspirin and electrolytes on hand

  43. 43
    Stacey B says:

    Always have Tylonel and allergy meds on hand, as well as a good thermometer to make sure my babies don’t get too warm!

  44. 44
    Monique Rizzo says:

    Have medicine,soup and my thermometer ready!
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

  45. 45
    Tara O. says:

    I always have medicine on hand and boogie wipes!

  46. 46
    randi says:

    Fever reducer, lots of fluids & TLC from mommy.

  47. 47
    Rochel S says:

    Make sure to always have medicine on hand!

  48. 48
    Angela Winesburg says:

    We always have medicine and tissues around

  49. 49
    felecia says:

    I try to always have fever reducer on hand.

  50. 50
    Jamie Brigham says:

    I keep Hylands cold/cough medicine for my son, since he is 2 and cannot take any of the normal cold meds, this one is approved for 2 years and up and it’s all natural. I also keep tissues around he loves the puffs with lotion ones.

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