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Medicine & a spoon refuser?

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HarrietJones Mon 29-Aug-11 08:52:18

Any tips?
Currently sucking it off a spoon she's feeding herself but it's not all going in.
Syringe just makes her scream until she is sick.

ProfYaffle Mon 29-Aug-11 08:56:33

Sachets? We had similar problems with dd2, we used to let her suck it out of a sachet. As she got older she preferred us to give her a syringe and let her operate it herself.

MrsSnaplegs Mon 29-Aug-11 09:03:56

Amazon and boots have a medicine dummy, we used it for both Dc and it is great for getting ti all in with no fuss.

eezimed baby syringe

HarrietJones Mon 29-Aug-11 17:18:34

Thanks! Second lot she fed herself cos she remembered it was nice.
Got to go to boots tomorrow so will look up dummy . May get some sachets too.

Pootletrinket Mon 29-Aug-11 22:17:33

Well done, our DD1 refused, gagged, vomited to the extent that she had to have suppositories before her first birthday. Nearly 5 now, still won't take Calpol but will have disprol hidden in juice!!

belledechocchipcookie Mon 29-Aug-11 22:19:42

Don't give it to her straight from the sachet, they are not always the right amount so she may be given more then she should have for her age. Use a syringe, give her little bits at a time.

lostlady Mon 29-Aug-11 22:22:13

Syringe, fire it in back of cheek. My mum told me; annoyingly it works grin

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