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Chat to other parent's about Stages of Development; Eating; Sleeping; Temper Tantrums;

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Postby sweetime » Tue Feb 21, 2012 2:37 pm

He ended up drinking the rest of the panadol and has just slept for another hour or so.
He's marginally better than he was (he's trying to play games with me, rather than just lying there listlessly), but I'm still having trouble getting him to drink anything (sips of water here and there) and there's no way I'm getting food in him.

Looks like the panadol wasn't as successful as I'd hoped and now I feel mean for basically forcing it on him :lol:
Postby Nov09_B2B » Sat Feb 25, 2012 5:37 pm

Syringe or medicine dropper! Hold him still and squirt it in his mouth, he will swallow it and will get over it very quickly.
Postby sweetime » Sat Feb 25, 2012 6:37 pm

Unfortunately that's the technique that's got him hating medicine, I'd rather avoid doing that unless it's really a matter of life and death. Add to that at almost 5, he's getting very hard to hold down!
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