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I hate when my daughter is sick and I need to find medicine for her to take. We have been using more than our usual amounts of medicine lately with her tonsils being removed in April and her allergies being much worse this year. When her tonsils were removed, she was not allowed to take ibuprofen, only acetaminophen. With the recall of children's Tylenol, we did not have an option but to try a store brand.
Walgreen's Brand Health & Wellness Product has infant/children's acetaminophen in grape flavor with a dropper. Even though my daughter is 5, she only weighs 35 pounds so she takes a smaller dose than other kids her age. When she had her tonsils out, it hurt to swallow and tilt her head back to take medicine from small dosing cups. The dropper was great for getting the medicine in small doses and without tipping her head back. The grape flavor was also a good choice for us since it was not red like cherry flavors. The doctor had advised us against red flavored foods and drinks so if she spit up we would know that anything red was blood and not food, drink, or medicine.
Walgreens Brand Health & Wellness Products are a great choice. They are 100% satisfaction guaranteed and most have the same active ingredients as the national brand. They are also recommended by Walgreens Pharmacists. Our daughter's pediatrician also recommends that we save money by buying the store brand products. Sometimes, the Walgreens Brand Health and Wellness Product can be less than half the cost of the national brand.
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