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Pedialyte Fruit

 
 

Pedialyte Fruit Product Description

Pedialyte Fruit is a fruit flavored non-prescription medicine that is specially formulated to replace lost fluids and electrolytes to relieve diarrhea problems that may lead to with dehydration. Pedialyte Fruit is an effective alternative to other restorative beverages such as sports drinks, juices and sodas because it contains less sugar and more sodium to promote quick fluid and electrolyte absorption.This product comes in a one liter bottle that may be kept for up to forty-eight hours after the protective seal is broken. This medicine should be stored in the refrigerator once the protective seal has been broken.Pedialyte Fruit is a non-prescription medicine that should be taken in the exact fashion that is outlined on the product label. Pedialyte Fruit is most effective and appealing to children when served cold. Encourage your child to take small sips when drinking from a cup, or serve Pedialyte Fruit in a cup with a straw. Pedialyte Fruit should not be mixed with any other liquids before it is administered to a child, as this may worsen diarrhea or reduce the effectiveness of this product. Pedialyte Fruit should not be taken by anyone who is allergic to the contents of this medicine. Although Pedialyte Fruit is intended for use in children, Pedialyte Fruit should not be used in children under one year of age.If your child has any underlying medical conditions or is currently taking any medications (prescription or non-prescription), you may want to consult your doctor before you begin using Pedialyte Fruit. If you suspect that your child has become severely dehydrated, contact your doctor immediately.Aside from allergic reaction, there are no side effects that have been associated with Pedialyte Fruit. If you suspect that your child may be experiencing a side effect as a result of taking Pedialyte Fruit, notify your doctor immediately.

How should Pedialyte Fruit be stored?

This product comes in a one liter bottle that may be kept for up to forty-eight hours after the protective seal is broken. This medicine should be stored in the refrigerator once the protective seal has been broken.

How should I take Pedialyte Fruit?

Pedialyte Fruit is a non-prescription medicine that should be taken in the exact fashion that is outlined on the product label. Pedialyte Fruit is most effective and appealing to children when served cold. Encourage your child to take small sips when drinking from a cup, or serve Pedialyte Fruit in a cup with a straw. Pedialyte Fruit should not be mixed with any other liquids before it is administered to a child, as this may worsen diarrhea or reduce the effectiveness of this product.

When should Pedialyte Fruit not be taken?

Pedialyte Fruit should not be taken by anyone who is allergic to the contents of this medicine. Although Pedialyte Fruit is intended for use in children, Pedialyte Fruit should not be used in children under one year of age.

What precautions should I follow when taking Pedialyte Fruit?

If your child has any underlying medical conditions or is currently taking any medications (prescription or non-prescription), you may want to consult your doctor before you begin using Pedialyte Fruit.

What special warning(s) should I be aware of when taking Pedialyte Fruit?

If you suspect that your child has become severely dehydrated, contact your doctor immediately.

What are the side effects of Pedialyte Fruit?

Aside from allergic reaction, there are no side effects that have been associated with Pedialyte Fruit. If you suspect that your child may be experiencing a side effect as a result of taking Pedialyte Fruit, notify your doctor immediately.

 
 
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