What is baby Panadol used for?

When should I give my baby Panadol?

Children’s Panadol® is not recommended for infants under 1 month. Do not give more than 4 doses in one day or within any 24-hour period. Do not exceed the recommended dose for your child. Do not use for more than 48 hours at a time except on medical advice.

Is Panadol good for babies?

Don’t give paracetamol to infants, children or adolescents for more than 48 hours unless advised by a doctor.

Is Panadol baby the same as calpol?

Paracetamol is known by many different brand names, including Disprol, Hedex, Medinol and Panadol. Paracetamol syrup is also known by the brand name Calpol.

Will baby Panadol help a cough?

Relieving Your Child’s Cough – The Do’s and Don’ts

A reading of over 38°C is generally a sign of a fever. Paracetamol can help lower this and there are Children’s Panadol products suitable for babies, toddlers and children. Consult with your doctor first before giving your child any medicine.

Can I give my baby Panadol every night?

Give every 4-6 hours but do NOT give more often than 4 times a day. Do NOT wake a child to give them paracetamol.

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Is it OK to give Panadol for teething?

Paracetamol and ibuprofen for teething

If your baby is in pain, you may want to give them a sugar-free painkilling medicine. Paracetamol or ibuprofen can be given to relieve teething symptoms in babies and young children aged 3 months or older.

Should I give my 6 week old Panadol before needles?

It’s important to give your baby paracetamol to reduce the risk of fever. It’s a good idea to have some paracetamol at home before the 2-month* vaccination visit. You can buy it from your local pharmacy or talk to your nurse, health care worker or doctor prior to vaccination.

How often can you give baby Panadol for teething?

Paracetamol can be given every four to six hours – no more than four times in 24 hours. If you need to give your child paracetamol for more than 48 hours, you should take them to see a doctor.

Is it OK to give baby calpol every night?

But in 2009 the MHRA ruled that 36 different medicines, including Calpol Night, should no longer be given to children under six: research had shown them to be of limited use in younger children, and linked them to side effects such as disturbed sleep and hallucinations.