Until you experience being a parent, you don't realize how much you will worry when your little ones are sick. That inability to immediately fix their ills will tear at your heart. Scary high fevers, persistent coughs, vomiting - all these things will give any parent plenty of worries when their children are young. It's unavoidable, but I always feel like I'd do anything just to make them feel a little better.
This summer the twins had a stomach virus that they caught on one of our adventures. Cort was stricken first. Cort is one of those kids who will spike a fever and then can't keep anything down anyhow - he won't let me near him with the oral pain relievers when he is like that. I wish I had known about FeverAll when I snapped this picture of him on our living room floor - yes, he was so sick he fell asleep right there on the rug.
FeverAll is an acemtaminophen suppository. It's an alternative to oral acetaminophen for pain relief and fever reduction. It's been around for more than 30 years and is the only acetaminophen suppository approved for infants as young as six months (which means it would be perfect for teething episodes if teething upsets your little one's belly, like it did my Pierce!).
Disclaimer: I have not tried FeverAll. I was sent a trial package and a cool pack for review purposes, but as my kids have (thankfully!) not been sick, I haven't tried it. I will certainly be grateful to have this on hand next time the stomach flu hits my house again - which will hopefully be a very long time from now.
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