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Travel sickness in a toddler

(4 Posts)
ILoveStripeySocks Wed 23-Sep-09 16:28:40

Is there anything you can give an 18 month old for motion sickness?

how do other parents cope with it in a young toddler? any tips would be appreciated!

OldLadyKnowsNothing Thu 24-Sep-09 01:43:26

I've never seen motion-sickness in children aged under 3, and tablets seem to start from age two - maybe you could try a Seaband?

>>not convinced it'll work emoticon<<

ILoveStripeySocks Fri 25-Sep-09 08:06:19

Ive asked at the pharmacy, and they have said the same, apart from that tablet start at age 3

OldLadyKnowsNothing Fri 25-Sep-09 18:11:21

Ginger is good for sickness, though the flavour may not appeal to a toddler. What about Queasy pops?

(I haen't tried them, my DC are all grown up!)

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