Can I Give Advil Pm To My 11 Year Old?

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Lizzie Says:

I would like to give my 11 year old daughter an Advil PM 200 mg so she can sleep.

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Tee Says:
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Can I give my 10 year old a Advil pm cause her head been hurting since like 2

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Verwon Says:

In young children, it is best not to give them any medication, without their pediatrician's approval.

Are either of your children on any other medications?

The FDA lists the side effects of this one as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding, and stomach irritation.

Tee, the PM formulation will cause her to sleep, so it might not be the best choice. She may better of just taking Tylenol, or Advil, if her doctor approves.

Lizzie what is the dosage of the other ingredient?

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