Relief from Colds, Fevers, and Cough with Pfizer Pediatric Products

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The kids have been in school now for a few weeks. It’s not easy getting back to a routine but we’ve been able to manage even though allergy season seems to be kicking our butts.  Our kids are spending all day in classrooms, using school washrooms,  and not to mention sitting close to friends and classmates. We’ve already had notes come home from school regarding strep throat. When that first note comes home you know that Cold and Flu season is on here. With the crisp morning weather fall will soon be upon us. Are you prepared?

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As a parent I try to be prepared for colds. Preparing my cabinets with medicine that will work for pain or fevers, colds and the flu, and of course the dreaded cough.  The last thing you want to do when trying to nurse your sick child back to health is run out the the store at midnight to pick up something to help ease symptoms.  It’s time to get ahead of the cold bug and stock up your cabinets with the proper medication for any and all symptoms.

The Pfizer Pediatric team is here to make sure the back to school season goes as smoothly as possible with Children’s Advil® (ages 2 – 11), Children’s Robitussin® (ages 4+), and Children’s Dimetapp® (ages 6+) when sick gets real.

Not two weeks into school my little guy came home from school and wasn’t feeling well. Later that night he complained he was hot and we checked and he had a fever.

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I was so grateful to have Children’s Advil® on hand to bring his fever down. Children’s Advil is a great Fever reducer and pain reliever. It comes with a dosing cup making it easy to measure out the proper dosage according to his age.  There’s a chart on the back of the box to help you with the dosage. It was such a relief the next morning when he woke up his fever was gone.

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It’s not easy being a mom especially when your child is sick. Having the proper medication on hand when they need it most is so essential. Stock up today on Children’s Advil®, Children’s Robitussin® , and Children’s Dimetapp®. Be ahead of the sickness and your child will be back to himself or herself  and feeling better in no time.

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60 Responses

  1. Noelle Carroll says:

    Lots of tylenol for in case we get sick and tissues. We also drink lots of water

  2. Nannypanpan says:

    I make sure we have ludens, ginger ale and medicine in the house

  3. Courtnie Miller says:

    We take Emergen-c

  4. Elle says:

    The main reason people get sick this time of year is the transferring of germs form one person to another and in the fall/winter people are more indoors which makes transferring easier. I prepare with more hand washing especially before eating and using hand sanitzer when on the go. I also like to take extra vitamin c.

  5. hannah says:

    I prepare for flu season by making sure we are taking daily vitamins, getting quality sleep, and eating fruits and veggies every day. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. 🙂

  6. Sara Zielinski says:

    We prepare by washing our hands a lot.

  7. Julie Wood says:

    We get flu shots, jump start our immune system by eating healthy vege soups and washing our hands a lot and getting a lot of vitamin C!

  8. Jennifer Rote says:

    I stock up on tissues and various cold – flu meds.

  9. janetfaye says:

    I eat a lot of f fresh fruit and vegetables and try to get extra sleep.

  10. Amber Faith says:

    We wash our hands more frequently!

  11. Rachel says:

    I prepare my kids for cold season by having them take vitamin c and zinc daily. We also talk about the importance of washing your hands.

  12. Elena says:

    I stock up on meds and get a fly shot

  13. Julie Lundstrom says:

    I just try to keep relief meds in the house to help comfort them and give them lots of rest and love. I also if they feel up to it have a movie for them to watch.

  14. Amy Z. says:

    I encourage my family to use hand sanitizer and we have tissues and medicine on hand.

  15. James Robert says:

    Oh boy, I need to restock soon but I normally keep many bottles of flu/cold, sore throat, ibuprofen and other things in cabinets for when sickness starts. With 5 kids, I go through lots of meds, especially when the kids are back in school. Vitamin c is another necessity I keep for them to take one daily.

  16. shelly peterson says:

    We take vitamins nd get a good night of sleep. I make sure to have medicine and tissues on hand.

  17. Will G says:

    Drink lots of water and eat healthy.

  18. Steve Weber says:

    We stock up on all the essentials.. plus we take vitamins and get lots of sleep.

  19. Kelly D says:

    I stock up on medicine and tissues for cold and flu season.

  20. Natalie says:

    We get flu shots and stock up on medication and blanket!

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