Childhood Diseases

Question
Posted by: Lisa | 2018/04/21

Q.

8 months can't drink adco plupain?

My daughter was 8 months old and she began to have a runny nose and cough yesterday. We took her to see a doctor today. The doctor said it was a common cold. The doctor opened me with adcoplupain syrup and prospan salex metered saline sparay. Can adco plupain work for children under 2 years old disabled, I would like to know if there will be any problems if you eat, or you have a better proposal

Expert's Reply

A.

Paediatrician
- 2018/04/23

Adco-Flupain is not licenced to be given to babies under 6 months. In any case it contains pseudoephedrine which should not be given to children under 2 years. Always use Panado or Calpol syrup only if needed for pain and fever in such a young baby. Follow the dosage instructions carefully. Also use a plain saline nasal spray if your baby has a blocked nose due to a cold. Salex paediatric nasal spray is safe.

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