Childhood Diseases

Question
Posted by: Single Mommy | 2008/09/30

Q.

Singulair

Hi Dr, My LO is 18 months old and on singulair sprinkles.
Can i change her to the Singulair chewables and should i continue these meds.
Dr prescribed for possible asthma

Expert's Reply

A.

Paediatrician

Singulair is an asthma preventer medicine. You can change to the Singulair 4mg chewable tablets if your little girl is able to chew them and then swallow without spitting the tablet out. The tablets have a cherry flavour that children like.

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