FeverAll Acetaminophen Review/Giveaway

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I had this opportunity to test out a product called FeverAll which is an Acetaminophen for ages ranging from six months to twelve years of age. This isn’t your average fever and pain reliever. What makes it so different is that it is in a suppository form. I know when I hear the word suppository makes me shiver. Truthfully this is the best form of medicine you could give your child when He/She is ill.

I used the 6-36 Month age range for my nephew. We used this twice during the month of March 2012 because he is teething, had a double ear infection, and had ran a fever for about a day and a half. He kept throwing up his medicine and luckily I received this in time he was running 100.8 which would fluctuate from 100 to 102.5. So I watch my nephew at nights during half of the week and he upchucks to much without even being sick he has had an acid reflux issue since he was born. During that nights diaper change I did not want to have to clean up upchuck at 2 am in the morning so I grabbed a latex glove, Which  by the way I always have around because I have a son whom is disabled and in diapers bet you where wondering who carries latex gloves around? I don’t mean to get to personal but I like to tell my experience and opinion on these things. So before I strapped the new diaper on I opened the Box of FeverAll and they are all individual doses so you can not go wrong anywhere there and they are all ready to go no need for anything I inserted the suppository and the look on his face was priceless! He was in no pain or discomfort either I held his buttocks together for about 30-60 seconds to make sure everything was in it’s place and then finished putting his diaper on him. Within 15-30 minutes is fever was breaking. I really like that feverAll is in individual packets you can keep some at home and the other half in a diaper bag. You never have to worry about baby upchucking the medicine  because they cant so you cant overdose nor under dose.This product is great for when your child is sick with the flu as well or will fight you tooth and nail because they refuse to take oral medicine as my son does and spits it out also he has a weak stomach so when he is sick suppository is what he gets.  After all said and done I fell that this is a great product and I will continue to use it as well.

Here are some images from use of FeverAll

Another Way to Put Fevers to Bed

FeverAll® The Only Brand of Acetaminophen in Suppository Form
What’s a parent to do when a child can’t tolerate oral fever relief products because of vomiting, nausea, bad taste or irritability? Or when allergies to additives in liquids are a problem? The answer is FeverAll® Acetaminophen Suppositories — fighting fever like no other product available.

  • Easy to administer
  • Accurate dosing every time
  • Available in 3 strengths for children 6 months to 12 years:
    80 mg • 120 mg • 325 mg

FeverAll®
The easy way to fight fever in children.

Childrens’ Dosage Recommendations

When nausea, vomiting or irritability make oral fever products too hard for your child to take, FeverAll® can help. FeverAll® is a suppository form of acetaminophen, a common fever remedy you may already know and trust.

With FeverAll® your child gets the exact dose needed — no mess, no doubt.

AGE INFANTS’
80 mg
CHILDRENS’
120 mg
JR. STRENGTH
325 mg
Under 6 months Consult a doctor Consult a doctor Consult a doctor
6-11 months 1 suppository
every 6 hours
Consult a doctor Consult a doctor
12-36 months 1 suppository
every 4 hours
Consult a doctor Consult a doctor
3-6 years 1 suppository
every 4-6 hours
Consult a doctor
6-12 years 1 suppository
every 4-6 hours
No more than a total of 6 suppositories in any 24 hour period. No more than a total of 6 suppositories in any 24 hour period. No more than a total of 6 suppositories in any 24 hour period.

How to put FeverAll® to work

1. When practical, clean the area around the rectum with mild soap and warm water, and rinse thoroughly. Gently dry by patting or blotting with toilet tissue or a soft cloth.

2. Detach one suppository from the strip.

3. Remove wrapper before inserting suppository by holding suppository upright and carefully peeling wrapper evenly down both sides of the suppository. Avoid excessive handling as the suppository is designed to melt at body temperatures. There is no need to refrigerate this product if stored below 80º F (27º C).

4. Position the child flat on back or on one side, with anal opening exposed.

5. Gently insert the suppository well into the rectum. Use fingertip to
complete insertion.

6. If necessary, hold buttocks together for 30–60 seconds to keep suppository in place.

FeverAll® brings the fever-fighting power of acetaminophen to children who

  • Don’t like the taste of an oral medication
  • Are nauseous or vomiting
  • Have allergies or other negative reactions to additives in liquids or drops

Give your child the relief of FeverAll®

FeverAll® is available at major retailers and drugstores across the U.S., such as Rite Aid, Walgreens and Walmart for a suggested retail price of approximately $7.00 for a package of six suppositories.  Learn more about FeverAll at www.Feverall.com.

 

FeverAll sent me this item to review. These are my own personal opinions and this review was written solely by MumbleBeeInc

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Now here is your chance to win  this great product for yourself. The winner will get to pick one box of FeverAll and choose which product you would like to receive: FeverAll Infants’, Children’s or Jr. Strength. .  Just simply enter the Rafflecopter form below. Good luck!
This giveaway runs from April 8th through April 29th!



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Comments

  1. Tiffany Peyton says

    Look like Something I would want to give a try.

  2. Kristen D says

    My 7 month old fights her meds. This would benefit us!

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