Children's MOTRIN® Ibuprofen Liquid Oral Suspension for Fever & Pain Relief

$25.00 $17.99 SAVE $7.01
People are viewing this right now
sold in last hours

Buy More Save More: Pack Of 01

Pack Of 01
Pack Of 02
Pack Of 03
Compare

Frequently Bought Together

Total price:$50.00 $36.49
  • This item: Children's MOTRIN® Ibuprofen Liquid Oral Suspension for Fever & Pain Relief $25.00 $17.99
  • Debrox Earwax Removal Aid Kit 0.5 oz $25.00 $18.50
Description

Children's MotrinTough on Fever Lasts up to 8 Hours


OverviewPain and Fever Relief


Children's Motrin Oral Suspension Dye-Free Berry, Ibuprofen, Fever Reducer

Children's Motrin Oral Suspension Dye-Free Berry, Ibuprofen, Fever Reducer

  • Temporarily relieves minor aches and pains due to the common cold, flu, sore throat, headache, and toothache.
  • Temporarily reduces fever.
  • Contains ibuprofen.
  • Dye-free liquid with berry flavor.
  • Lasts up to 8 hours.
  • For children ages 2 to 11.
  • Three 4-ounce bottles.
3 Tips for Kids' Fever Relief

When kids’ energy is low, and their fevers are high (over 102°F), you know something’s up. They may be battling an infection, but here’s how you can help take that fever down.

1. Run a bath with lukewarm water.

Have your kids come out if it makes them shiver, though, as chills can make their temperature rise.

2. Offer lots of water to drink.

Fevers and dehydration can go hand in hand. But have kids stay away from soda – the caffeine will just dehydrate them more.

3. Call your pediatrician if your child:

Has a temperature over 100.4°F.

Has a temperature over 100.4°F plus any of these symptoms:

  • Severe headache.
  • Sore throat or ear pain.
  • Repeated vomiting or diarrhea.
  • Stiff neck.
  • Strange rash.
  • Looks very ill, or extremely drowsy or fussy.
  • Has been in a very hot place (like an overheated car).
  • Has underlying immune system problems, seizure history, or takes steroids.
  • Seems to be getting worse, even after being treated.

To stop the fever-causing bug from spreading, make sure everyone at home washes their hands often, and doesn’t share utensils, glasses or towels.

Kids and Colds: 3 Reminders to Bring them Relief

Practices, parties, projects and playdates. Your kids look forward to a lot – and neither of you wants them to miss out because of a cold. Along with extra drinks and rest, these tips can help kids get well sooner:

  • Use saline nose drops. They’ll loosen the congestion and clear the stuffiness.
  • Run a warm bath. It can make breathing easier and help with muscle aches. Taking in the steam from a shower’s good, too.
  • At night, turn on a cool-mist humidifier or vaporizer. You’ll help break up chest and sinus mucus and speed up relief. Just remember to clean it often.


To keep kids in school and out of the doctor’s office once they’re well:

  • Dial up hand-washing. And teach them to keep it up – classmates with a cold are most contagious 2-4 days in, but they can still spread it up to 3 weeks later.
  • When a family member’s sick, make a no-sharing rule. That goes for utensils, glasses and towels.
  • Replace their toothbrushes. Post-illness is the perfect time.
When your Kids Get the Flu, Be Ready

To help prevent medicine-related accidents, be sure to:

  • Always read and follow the medicine label.
  • Reread the directions before every dose; don’t try to rely on memory.
  • Use only the dosing device that comes with the medicine.
  • Wait the full amount of time between doses.
  • Write down all doses given.
  • Store all medicines up, away, and out of sight. For more storage tips click here.
  • Program the Poison Help number into your phone: 1-800-222-1222.

Drug FactsDrug Facts