Panadol Suppositories
6 Months - 5 Years

Children’s Panadol is only available in Pharmacy

For over 60 years, Children's Panadol has given parents the confidence to make their kids feel better. With Children’s Panadol, you can rest assured knowing that it works fast on fever. Children’s Panadol is mums’ most trusted & recommended brand for their children’s pain relief. It’s the brand that 83% of mums choose first for their baby¹, and nothing is more gentle on tiny tummies from 1 month old.


What does it relieve?

  • Fever
  • Teething pain
  • Immunisation pain
  • Earache
  • Headache
  • Cold & Flu symptoms

What's the format?

A solid medical preparation in a roughly conical or cylindrical shape, designed to be inserted into the rectum to dissolve.

What are its features?

Can be used for children suffering from nausea and vomiting

Can be used for children that are refusing to take oral medication

What are the ingredients?

Active ingredient: Paracetamol 125mg per suppository.

How to use

Insert into the rectum.
Insert the large/thick end first.
For ease of insertion, the suppository can be moistened just before insertion.


Match the child's weight to the chart below. If the weight is not known then match the age of the child. If your child weighs less than 8 kg (or is under 6 months of age) or more than 18 kg, please consult your doctor about adjusting the dosage amount.

Do not give more than 4 doses in a 24-period


Average weight


Infants (6mths – 3yrs)

8 - 14 kg

1 (maximum 4 in 24hrs)

Children (4 – 5yrs)

16 - 18 kg

2 (maximum 8 in 24hrs)


Do not give more than 4 doses in one day or within any 24-hour period. Do not use for more than 48 hours at a time except on medical advice.

Further Information

Also contains Methyl and Propyl Hydroxybenzoate


If you would like any further information regarding Children's Panadol products, please call our INFOLINE (Freecall) Australia on 1-800-028-533, or send a query through our website.


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