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What should you do when your child is sick and is unable to take medications orally? For example, when your child has a fever and is vomiting. Acetaminophen is available over-the-counter in a formulation called FeverAll in a suppository form.

At what age can I use an acetaminophen suppository?

FeverAll is available in three distinct strengths and can be used in babies beginning at 6 months of age.

When would I use an acetaminophen suppository?

You can ask your pediatrician if FeverAll is an option at your child’s next well child visit. And remember the next time your child can’t take a medication orally, you do have another option.

When liquid medication isn’t an option, turn to FeverAll® Acetaminophen Suppositories to temporarily reduce children’s fever and relieve minor aches & pains. FeverAll® is the only acetaminophen product available with dosing instructions on the package for infants as young as six months of age containing fewer inactive ingredients than the leading acetaminophen oral brand.*

*Versus infants’ Tylenol acetaminophen oral suspension.

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