Can My Daughter Usedimetapp?

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My daughter is roughly 55-60 pounds but she is three can she use children's dimetapp cold&congestion?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Summer! How are you and your daughter?

As such a young age, it would be safest to check with her pediatrician, before giving her any medication. Some can be dosed according to weight, but some can't. It's just a good idea to check and be certain.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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