There’s nothing like being up at 3am with a sick baby. As a matter of fact, I’m writing this as I lay next to my finally-sleeping, very sick preschooler. When she’s sick, she brings back a flood of memories from when I was a kid- constantly sick with multiple bouts of strep which eventually led to removing my tonsils and relieving me from the countless months on antibiotics and missed school days. Kids get sick, and it’s a rite of passage throughout their school years. When they are babies, however, it can be quite scary.
When my oldest daughter was just 9 months old, something didn’t seem right. She would pull up her knees to her chest screeching in pain. The same child who seemed like she finally outgrew her colicky days was now lethargic, in pain, and feverish. A quick trip to the doctor and advice to give acetaminophen every 4 hours was what he prescribed to treat this “virus.” What I didn’t know was shortly after that office visit, we would be faced with 105 fever, a decision to seek urgent medical help during 4pm rush hour, and a child who couldn’t keep down her meds, ultimately spiking a high fever and suffering febrile seizures.
It was quite an indictment into parenthood. Moments that add a wrinkle to your eyes and a notch on your mommy experience belt. Turns out, my poor baby had a uti and not a virus. Since her belly was so irritated and she vomited constantly, our only other option was to use Feverall acetaminophen suppositories to control her fever. There was no more second guessing whether or not she kept her meds down and if she needed more fever reducer.
Feverall has been our go-to for our babies since that experience. My oldest daughter went on to suffer every common childhood virus in her first year, and Feverall took some of the worry off, knowing she was getting the correct dose each time. Now with baby #3 on the way, we know to have Feverall on hand just in case we need it. Feverall is appropriate for children 6-36 months and can be purchased at your local drugstore. You can find out more by visiting Feverall on Facebook. Also, be sure to check out Feverall Coupons to get your money saving offer.
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I’m not a medical doctor and cannot prescribe medical advice, so please speak with your child’s physician before administering any medication. My experiences are unique and my opinions are my own. Be sure to check out the Feverall YouTube page for advice and more info.
Use FeverAll® only as directed. If you have specific questions about fever, acetaminophen or using FeverAll®, speak with your child’s pediatrician. FeverAll® is available at major retailers and drugstores across the U.S, such as Walmart, Rite Aid, CVS and Walgreens. For more information and to print the current coupon offer, visit www.FeverAll.com.
This is a product-provided, sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of FeverAll® Acetaminophen Suppositories. The opinions and text are all mine.