What this medicine is used for. In children suffering from nausea and vomiting for effective temporary relief of fever and pain associated with: - Teething. - Immunisation. - Earache. - Headache. - Cold & flu symptoms.
For rectal use only - not to be swallowed.
- Tear suppository from strip, remove blister and insert suppository.
- For ease of insertion, the suppository can be moistened just before insertion.
- Insert into the rectum according to the dosage table below.
- Calculate the correct dose based on the child's weight. If weight is unknown, use the child's age. Use every 4-6 hours as required.
6 Months - 4 Yrs
8 - 16 kg
1 (max 4 in 24 hrs)
4 - 5 Years
16 - 18 kg
2 (max 8 in 24 hrs)
Each suppository contains Paracetamol 125mg
Do not use.
- If you are allergic to paracetamol.
- If using other medicines containing paracetamol.
- For the first time in children under 2 years of age, except on medical advice.
- For more than 48 hours at a time, except on medical advice.
- If the package seals are broken or the use-by-date has expired.
- Until you have read the enclosed leaflet carefully.
Ask a doctor before use if your child.
- Has liver or kidney problems.
- Weighs less than 8 kg or more than 18 kg.
Stop use and see your doctor if your child.
- Has an allergic skin reaction, shortness of breath or wheezing after taking this medication.
While using this product.
If an overdose is taken or suspected ring the Poisons Information Centre (AUST: 13 11 26) or go to the hospital immediately even if you feel well because of the risk of delayed, serious liver damage if left untreated. Keep to the recommended dose.