April 14, 2012

FeverAll Review & Giveaway

Have you ever found yourself in a situation with your young son or daughter where they were so sick that you couldn't get them to take a full dose of liquid acetaminophen? Whether you have experienced this or not you may want to try the alternative to oral medication. FeverAll Acetaminophen Suppositories can be a great alternative and FeverAll is the top national brand of acetaminophen in suppository form. 


When your child is irritable and crying the last thing you want to do is make them more upset by trying to get them to take an oral medication. You'll feel confident knowing that many parents have been using FeverAll for more than 30 years, and those parents felt confident using it because they know their child was given and received an accurate dose of acetaminophen.



FeverAll Acetaminophen Suppositories are smaller than other acetaminophen suppositories and they are less than one inch in size, so it is easier to administer it in infants and children. These suppositories can be used as an alternative to children and infants that are not able or not willing to take a full dose of the acetaminophen orally. There are many reasons an infant or child cant or won't take medicine whether it be due to vomiting or swallowing difficulties as well as not liking the taste of the medicine. 




Fortunately my daughter hasn't been sick other than due to her formula when she was a baby and while she was teething. My daughter didn't take all of her medication that I gave her when she was teething and I had to wait until the next dose because I wasn't sure how much of the medicine she actually got. The FeverAll would have definitely came in handy during that time. I have not had to give my daughter any of the FeverAll Acetaminophen Suppositories at this time so I am not able to tell you how well it works but, after some research of my own it should work the same as the oral acetaminophen and I will not hesitate to use it if my daughter needs it.

If you're looking for an alternative to the traditional oral medicine I recommend trying FeverAll. There are different formulas based on your children's age. You'll find one for Infants 6 months-36 months, Children's Strength for ages 3-6 and Jr. Strength for ages 6-12, FeverAll also offers an Adult formula for  12 years and up.


 
FeverAll is available at your major retailers and drugstores across the U.S., and you can find it at stores such as Rite Aid, Walgreens and Walmart. The suggested retail price is approximately $7.00 for a package of six suppositories, but right now you can get a $1.50 off coupon  on any one FeverAll product.You can learn more about FeverAll at www.FeverAll.com   You can follow RL&A Chatter on Twitter or become a Fan on Facebook. 

 
Thanks to FeverAll one lucky Debra's Dollars reader will win their choice of FeverAll Infants, Children's Strength or Jr. Strength.

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"Disclosure: I received FeverAll through Giveaway Blogs from RL&A Chatter for free to form an opinion for this review. I was not compensated in any other manner. The opinions expressed above are my own and any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site"

5 comments:

Donna said...

I have children of all ages but I guess I would pick infant.

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Sandy VanHoey said...

I would prefer childrens strength
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Susan Said What?! said...

I would like Jr. strength. Thanks for another great giveaway!

katja9_10 said...

I would choose Jr. Strength.

chantal cooper said...

childrens

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