Fedac Syrup

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Is Fedac syrup safe for babies? There are arguments re the medication because of a baby vomitting after being fed with it. The child's father was told by another doctor that Fedac should be given to children 2 years and above.

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Verwon Says:

I am not sure which syrup you are referring to, since there are two, however, that is correct from the information listed, none are listed with dosaged for us in children under 2 years of age.

Fedac syrup contains Pseudoephedrine, Tripolidine and there is one that also includes Codeine, which is a narcotic.

There is concern over adults using Pseudoephedrine and Codeine, so they are generally not recommended in children.




Have you spoken to your doctors about your concerns?

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Vj Says:
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May I know the correct Fedac syrup dosage for 14 months old

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