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Searching for an alternative to oral pain relievers? Look no further than Children’s Panadol Suppositories for children ages 5 to 12 years. Providing effective pain relief for children without having to swallow tablets, caplets or oral solutions, our children’s suppositories can be used to manage fever and pain.
As a parent, encouraging your little ones to swallow tablets for much needed pain relief can be difficult, which is why Children’s Panadol is here to help. If your child is struggling to – or refuses to – swallow tablets, our children’s suppositories are a great alternative.
Panadol Suppositories provide effective pain relief for children suffering with teething pains, troublesome earaches, pain after immunisation and more. Plus, there’s no need for them to swallow tablets, caplets or oral solutions – suited if your child is experiencing nausea or vomiting.
The active ingredient in Children’s Panadol Suppositories (paracetamol) can reduce fever in young children for up to six hours, and help to relieve pain caused by:
Find out more about Children’s Panadol Suppositories for young children, what’s in them and how to administer them, by reading our guide below.
Carefully read all information provided with the product before use.
Before using Children’s Panadol Suppositories for children aged 5 to 12 years, be sure to check the product ingredients and directions for use, and make sure you are familiar with any warnings and precautions. Learn more below.
Each suppository contains: PARACETAMOL 250mg
In children suffering from nausea or vomiting for effective temporary relief of fever and pain associated with:
Do not use
Ask a doctor before use if your child
Stop use and see your doctor if your child
Has an allergic skin reaction, shortness of breath or wheezing after using this medicine
While using this medicine
If an overdose is taken or suspected, ring the Poisons Information Centre (Australia: 13 11 26) or go to the hospital immediately, even if your child feels well because of the risk of delayed, serious liver damage if left untreated. Keep to the recommended dose.
|5 - 9 years||18 - 28 kg||1 suppository (max 4 in 24 hours)|
|9 - 12 years||28 - 41 kg||2 suppository (max 8 in 24 hours)|
Did you know that Children’s Panadol also comes in the form of a colourfree suspension, chewable tablets and an elixir?
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