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FeverAll (Review & Giveaway)

One of the absolute worst feelings for a parent is watching their children suffer through illness- be it a cold, allergies, or worse! Hopefully, colds are now behind us as the spring time allergy season moves in, but a few weeks ago, Balian got hit with a nasty tummy bug that had him throwing up, coupled with a mid-grade fever. Not fun for him, and not fun for me. When little ones are under the age of 2, it's like tug of war in the mind of the parent on whether or not to give them infant medication. I have hated giving Balian medicines from the very first time he came down with a cold, just a few weeks into his life! When there's a fever involved, though- sometimes the only way you can get it to come down is to try a little dose of medicine. Balian is not a fan of liquid infant medicine (I used to be the same way), and it's often hard to get him to swallow the intended dose, even with a dropper. Thankfully, I have recently been introduced to FeverAll- a safe fever-reducing suppository for infants and children.

FeverAll is the only brand of Acetaminophen in a suppository form. Why does this matter? When you can't get medicine to stay down due to vomiting or nausea, or can't get near your kids with an oral medicine because they hate the taste, etc, FeverAll can be easily administered. There's no guess work involved. FeverAll provides an accurate dosage, every time.

Following the proper instructions, FeverAll is to be inserted into the rectum, held gently in place for a few seconds, and that's it. Simple, and painless, and the medicine stays in your child's system and goes right to work. For a toddler around Balian's age, they can have 1 suppository every 4 hours, if needed. FeverAll is available in three strengths- Infant, Children's and Junior's- to suit the needs of your children from 6 months to 12 years of age.

I have not used FeverAll with Balian yet- I haven't needed to, but I am really happy to know about it, and to have it in our medicine cabinet. If you have a child that gives you a hard time about taking a liquid fever-reducer, has allergies, etc, I'd definitely give FeverAll a try!

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If you're interested in trying FeverAll, visit the FeverAll website! You can also look for FeverAll at your local drugstore!

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Special thanks to Family Review Network and Robin Leedy & Associates for allowing us to review FeverAll and for offering this giveaway.

Disclosure: Other than the Infants Strength box of FeverAll, which I received free of charge from Robin Leedy and Associates in conjunction with Family Review Network, I was not compensated for facilitating this review. All opinions expressed are my own. Your experience may differ.

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  1. It would be good to have just in case!

  2. I think it's important to keep fever meds in the home for when little ones wake up sick and burning from a fever
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  3. My daughter is teething and is constantly running a fever


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