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Motrin Children/Infant Drops 50mg/1.25mL Motrin Children/Infant Drops

Motrin Children/Infant Drops

 
 

Motrin Children/Infant Drops Product Description

Motrin Children/Infant Drops Related Information

Motrin Children Infant Drops are essentially ibuprofen drops that reduce fever and additionally relieve minor aches and pains that occur as a result of colds, flu, sore throat, headaches and toothaches for a temporary amount of time.Motrin Children Infant drops should be stored according to packaging directions.When administering Motrin Children Infant Drops to your child, follow the packaging directions. Dosage will depend on the weight or age of your child. Do not give your child any more medication than what is recommended in the packaging directions. If your child's condition continues for ten days, do not give your child any more medicine without first talking to a healthcare professional. Shake bottle well before use and use a volume measuring device to measure your child's dose. Liquid should be dispensed slowly into the child's mouth, toward the inner cheek. Dosage may be repeated every six to eight hours; however, no more than four doses should be given per day. If you are confused by the packaging directions, or have any additional questions about Motrin Children Infant Drops, contact your healthcare provider for further clarification.If your child has ever had an allergic reaction to any other pain reliever or fever reducer, do not use Motrin Children Infant Drops. If your child has recently had or will soon have heart surgery, do not use Motrin Children Infant Drops.Talk to your doctor before administering Motrin Children Infant Drops to your child if: your child has experienced side effects after taking pain relievers or fever reducers; your child has had stomach ulcers or bleeding problems; your child has a history of stomach problems, such as heartburn; if your child is dehydrated; your child has high blood pressure, heart disease, liver cirrhosis, or kidney disease; if your child has asthma; or if your child is taking a diuretic or other drug related to blood thinning.If any side effects occur while your child is taking this medication, promptly stop administering medication and contact a doctor.Side Effects: child experiences any of signs of stomach bleeding (feeling faint, vomiting blood, excreting bloody or black stools or having stomach pain that does not get better); child does not get any relief within the 24 hours of treatment; child's fev

How should Motrin Children/Infant Drops be stored?

Motrin Children Infant drops should be stored according to packaging directions.

How should I take Motrin Children/Infant Drops?

When administering Motrin Children Infant Drops to your child, follow the packaging directions. Dosage will depend on the weight or age of your child. Do not give your child any more medication than what is recommended in the packaging directions. If your child's condition continues for ten days, do not give your child any more medicine without first talking to a healthcare professional. Shake bottle well before use and use a volume measuring device to measure your child's dose. Liquid should be dispensed slowly into the child's mouth, toward the inner cheek. Dosage may be repeated every six to eight hours; however, no more than four doses should be given per day. If you are confused by the packaging directions, or have any additional questions about Motrin Children Infant Drops, contact your healthcare provider for further clarification.

When should Motrin Children/Infant Drops not be taken?

If your child has ever had an allergic reaction to any other pain reliever or fever reducer, do not use Motrin Children Infant Drops. If your child has recently had or will soon have heart surgery, do not use Motrin Children Infant Drops.

What precautions should I follow when taking Motrin Children/Infant Drops?

Talk to your doctor before administering Motrin Children Infant Drops to your child if: your child has experienced side effects after taking pain relievers or fever reducers; your child has had stomach ulcers or bleeding problems; your child has a history of stomach problems, such as heartburn; if your child is dehydrated; your child has high blood pressure, heart disease, liver cirrhosis, or kidney disease; if your child has asthma; or if your child is taking a diuretic or other drug related to blood thinning.

What special warning(s) should I be aware of when taking Motrin Children/Infant Drops?

If any side effects occur while your child is taking this medication, promptly stop administering medication and contact a doctor.

What are the side effects of Motrin Children/Infant Drops?

Side Effects: child experiences any of signs of stomach bleeding (feeling faint, vomiting blood, excreting bloody or black stools or having stomach pain that does not get better); child does not get any relief within the 24 hours of treatment; child's fev

 
 
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