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BRAND LISTING - Advil Childrens Liquid (Ibuprofen)
Dosage Pack Size & Price Qty
100mg/5mL (Blue Raspberry)
100mg/5mL (Fruit)
100mg/5mL (Grape)

Advil Children’s Liquid

Advil Children’s Liquid contains Ibuprofen; which is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug or NSAID. Ibuprofen is an effective fever reducer and relieves minor aches and pains from earache, teething, sore throat, colds, and immunizations for children 2-12 years of age. Ibuprofen works faster and lasts longer than acetaminophen and appears to reduce fevers farther.

When given to your child as directed, Advil Children’s Liquid works by inhibiting certain enzymes in the body called cyclooxygenase, specifically COX 1 and Cox 2. These enzymes are responsible for producing prostaglandins, a compound that your immune system employs as a means to cause inflammation when there is an injury or illness that is considered a threat. By reducing this chemical compound, the inflammation is decreased and the pain with it.

Ask your doctor or pharmacist about any side effects your child may experience while on Ibuprofen and make certain to discuss other medical conditions that may interfere with taking it. List any current OTC and Rx drugs that are being administered, including herbal remedies and vitamin supplements. Combining certain medications can be harmful or change how the drug will react in their body. Consult with your pediatrician before giving Advil Children’s Liquid to any child under two years of age.

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