Collection: Baby Medicine

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When children have minor diseases like colds and coughs, Baby Medicine may not always be required.

If your Baby Medicine does require medication, be sure it is appropriate for their age and that you are familiar with safe medication administration techniques.

Baby skincare

The oh-so-velvety skin of your baby could grow dry or chapped, so it's a good idea to keep some hypoallergenic baby lotion (like Cetaphil) on hand. Then you'll need a diaper rash cream, preferably one with a petroleum base like A&D Ointment or one with zinc oxide (like Desitin), as well as baby oil or mineral oil for the cradle cap.

Side effects from Baby Medicine:

  • Any potential side effects are listed in the medication's brochure.

  • Speak to a GP, health visitor, or pharmacist if you believe your kid is having an adverse drug reaction, such as a rash or diarrhea, to a medication. You can dial NHS 111 on the weekends or in the evenings.

  • In your child's red book, make a note of the name of the medication for future use.

Children's medicine safety tips:

  • Always check the cessation date on your medications, and take any that are no longer needed by your kid or are expired to a pharmacist for secure disposal.
  • Never administer medications to your child that were purchased or prescribed for someone else.
  • Always store medications out of sight and reach of children.
  • Consult a pharmacist for advice on how to store the medication; some need to be kept in the refrigerator or out of the sun.