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Advil Infants' Concentrated Drops

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5.0

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5.0

Works so well for infants

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from Wesley Chapel, FL

Comments about Advil Infants' Concentrated Drops:

My daughter struggled with ear infections when she was an infant. It would cause her great pain and discomfort and we had many sleepless night. I was used to using a different brand pain reliever and never thought to try Advil. My pediatrician told us to try Advil for the fever, but mostly for the pain she was feeling. It was like night and day with my daughter. Advil helped with her pain level and she was so much happier. I have never thought of using anything else since. I love Advil and it makes me happy as a mom to be able to use something to take away the pain.
Advil never caused her stomach to be upset, and she never had any adverse reactions to it. It simply took away the fever very quickly and really helped with the pain. It was a lifesaver for her at night to give her the relief to get a good nights sleep. Give Advil a try, you will not be disappointed, its a mothers dream!

 
5.0

Best for my child

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from USA

Comments about Advil Infants' Concentrated Drops:

I have a young daughter and she has had a lot of health issues. I was told to alternate Children's Advil and children's Tylenol every three hours. I was very nervous to give her these medications because I am not a fan of medications, but m daughter kept spiking fevers so I had to eventually give her the medications. The Tylenol seemed to help with any pin she may have had, but didn't seem to help with her fevers. When I gave her the Children's Advil, it seemed to help with her fever very quickly. Not only did it work well, but my daughter really liked the flavor of it. She took it no problem. I trust the Advil brand over Motrin and it works very well. I would recommend Children's Advil to anyone and have. I would recommend that you make sure to read the label so you don't give your child too much. It is very clearly marked on the bottle. It is a little hard to give my daughter them medicine with the cup so I put it in a syringe. Other than that, I have had no problems with this product.

 
5.0

Keeps the fever down longer!

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from Athens, TN

Comments about Advil Infants' Concentrated Drops:

I hate when my baby has a fever but I love that advil has drops for babies and toddlers.. I have used advil for as long as I can remember because it works longer than other fever reducers.. I also use it for my daughter when she was teething, she did not get any teeth until she was one year old and when she did she cut three to four at a time and ran a fever and was in quite a bit of pain but not long after the baby advil was given to her she would calm down for a bit and play or int he middle of the night go to sleep and it lasted longer than any other pain reliever I gave to her...The measurements on the dropper are easy to see and measure the right amount of medicine for your baby so you do not give her too much and this helps in the middle of the night when you have a screaming baby and are half asleep ...I would recomend baby advil to anyone with a baby or toddler especially a teething baby...I give it an A+++++

 
5.0

This is my go to for my kids...

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from USA

Comments about Advil Infants' Concentrated Drops:

Whenever my kids get a fever, this works the best. My daughter entered Kindergarten this year and was getting sick every other week for a couple of months. We used quite a bit of this medicine and it has been a blessing. Whenever her fever was too high, this lowered it right away. I also love the infants version for my other daughter. I tend to not buy the generic and get the original Advil. It's not much more and I think it is more effective. I have been a user of this roduct for over five years and will use this product for all of my children's illness issues if necessary. They also give out great coupons on a regular basis.

 
5.0

Advil Infants' is the BEST for fever and pain!

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from Warrenton, VA

Comments about Advil Infants' Concentrated Drops:

I am so happy that my son is over six months and I am finally able to give him Advil Infants'! After my son received his six-month shots, his fever spiked and we ended up in the emergency room because we were not able to control his fever with acetominophen, which is what we had been using previously. One dose of Advil Infants' at the hospital and his fever began to come down. Over the next few days, as we alternated between Advil Infants' and acetominophen, his fever was only better after we gave him the Advil Infants'. He recently had surgery and we were told to alternate between Advil Infants' and acetominophen for his pain. He seems SO much more comfortable after we give him the Advil Infants'. I'm not sure what we would do without it! He does not seem to mind the taste much either, which is great because he is pretty picky about meds and would rather spit the whole dose all over the place! The only minor setback is a little confusion over the proper dosage. The bottle says one thing, while the doctor and hospital both said another. Also, the bottle is on the small side for the price. Having to regularly give him doses due to the surgery, we see how quickly we are going through bottles. I suppose if you only have to use it on occasion, it would be ok, though! I definitely recommend Advil Infants' for babies over six months!

 
5.0

It took away my son's fever!

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from Aliquippa, PA

Comments about Advil Infants' Concentrated Drops:

If it can be avoided, I try not to take or give the members of my family medicine. I am not against medicine at all. My husband is type 1 diabetic and needs medicine to live but I also try not to rush and take medicine when we get a little sniffle. I try and feed my family all organic and natural foods (including lots of fruits and veggies) and practice good hygiene to limit our illnesses. I have only had to use a fever reducer on my son less than 5 times and I am thankful to God for his good health. However last night he had a small fever and I decided that I was not going to allow for him to suffer and work through the fever so I gave him some of the Advil and he was then able to sleep through the night and woke up without a fever. I used to keep children's tylenol in the house but I had 2 recalls on both bottles I had in the house (luckily I never used them) so I decided to keep a different medicine stocked in the house and decided to try advil instead. It worked and he seemed to love the taste!

 
5.0

It works!

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from Clearwater, FL

Comments about Advil Infants' Concentrated Drops:

I am a mom who only uses medication sparingly. That being said, I have found **Advil Infants' Concentrated Drops **to be an effective way to reduce my child's pain and fever when necessary.

I first used Advil Infants' Concentrated Drops when my son was fussy and had a small fever after receiving his immunizations. The instructions for dosage are clear, and the dropper was easy to use. The Advil Drops seemed to have a pleasant flavor to my son, so that made it easy to use.

I found the Advil Infants' Concentrated Drops to be more effective than Tylenol in reducing my son's fever. I also appreciated that the drops had a good flavor to my son, since that made them easier to give to him

The Advil brand is pricier than store brands, but I've found that they often put out coupons. I was just able to get one in my Dr.'s office, that made the Advil Infants' Concentrated Drops cheaper than the off-brand alternative. This is a good product for every parent to have stocked in their medicine cabinet.

 
5.0

If you have to give your kiddo medicine, this is the one

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from Mesa, AZ

Comments about Advil Infants' Concentrated Drops:

I really struggle with pumping medication into my babies, but if I am going to put something in them to relive their ailments, it had better work and work well. Advil Infants' Concentrated Drops are my go-to medication every single time.

My kiddos have all gobbled up the drops, so they must taste great. It is really important to not have to fight the little ones when they are already sick and hard to console. I love that it doesn't stain and has no dyes (which should go unsaid in an infant drop, in my opinion. It should just be standard). Obviously, the most important thing is that it reduces the fever and keeps it down until I it is time to take another dose. If my kids are really sick for awhile, I will alternate between the Ibuprofen and acetominophen, but the ibuprofen works far better and I would really prefer it. Something else that i have notice, generic acetominophen is fine, but I ALWAYS buy Advil for my ibuprofen. Nothing compares.

 
5.0

Last longer and provides more releif

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from Shakopee, MN

Comments about Advil Infants' Concentrated Drops:

It's a shame you cannot use this product until your baby is 6 months old. It works so much better than other pain relievers. My only complaint is that it comes in such a small bottle and it's frequently sold out when I go to purchase it. While I do not believe in medicating my baby all day I do believe in offering my child relief when she is in pain. I did not like having to redose her every 4 hours with other pain relievers. I like that I only have to give this every 8 hours and that it seems to really kick in after about 20 minutes. When my daughter is teething and is having a difficult time sleeping because she is uncomfortable I give her some advil. She really likes the flavor. When she sees the medicine she opens her mouth it suck it out of the syringe before I can squeeze it in her mouth. And I love that it is dye free! I never have to worry about it staining her clothes or bedding if it dribbles out of her mouth.

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