Children's Advil. Children's Advil is able to provide 8 hours of relief, along with reducing and keeping a fever down for long periods of time! We all know how annoying and sometimes scary a fever can be. I never know whether to run to the doctor or just stay at home. Here's a few tips Dr. Alanna Levine, a nationally recognized pediatrician, and the makers of Children’s Advil:
- Stay Cool: Remember that most fevers are in fact indicators that the body is fighting an underlying illness.
- Be Prepared: Start the season by talking to a pediatrician about proper fever management. Also, check the medicine cabinet to ensure that all medications have not expired or been recalled.
- Watch for Serious Signs: Generally, it’s time to call a pediatrician:
· if your child is less than three months old and has a fever of 100 degrees or higher;
· if the fever is over 103 degrees, no matter what the child’s age;
· if the fever lasts more than three days;
· if your child has a fever and looks and acts very sick;
- if you are concerned regarding your child’s health.
My Take: Thanks to Children's Advil I'm prepared for our next round of fevers. They sent me a very generous gift pack of Children's Advil in some of the greatest flavors (fruit, grape, blue raspberry and the dye-free white grape). I also received a box of the Infant's Advil (for ages 6-23 mos) in dye-free white grape.
If you want to give Children's Advil a try then head on over and print out this coupon for $1 off. Also follow them on Facebook to keep up with recent information and other news revolving around children's health!
Disclosure: Thank you to Children’s Advil® for providing free product samples, the survey information, and gift pack. All thoughts and opinions are my own.