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3mths+ Calprofen Sachets (12x5ml) was £3.67 now £1.00 @ Asda

£1.00 @ George (Asda George)
1st post so be gentle! 3+ months. Effective Relief of Aches, Pain & Fever. Colour and Sugar free. USES: Calprofen is a strawberry flavoured Ibuprofen Suspension for babies and children. I… Read More
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1st post so be gentle!

3+ months.

Effective Relief of Aches, Pain & Fever.

Colour and Sugar free.

USES:
Calprofen is a strawberry flavoured Ibuprofen Suspension for babies and children. It is used for the relief of pain from teething and toothache, headache, symptoms of cold and influenza, sore throat, minor muscular pain and aches. It can also be used for the reduction of temperature and post-immunisation fever. This product is intended for use in children aged 3 months to 12 years.
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#1
was £3.67 now £1


Didn't realise calpol sachets were so expensive - £3.67 for 60ml?? £60 a litre ish??

Hope the wife doesn't normally buy them at full price, that's a rip off. £1 is more like it ......
#2
excellant find......
#3
Johnboy_1975
Didn't realise calpol sachets were so expensive - £3.67 for 60ml?? £60 a litre ish??

Hope the wife doesn't normally buy them at full price, that's a rip off. £1 is more like it ......


They are quite expensive, £3.55 at Tescos
#4
great deal.

dont forget if you need to buy a bottle of calpol the chemist can now give oyu a prescription for it you just have to ask.
#5
eslick
great deal.

dont forget if you need to buy a bottle of calpol the chemist can now give oyu a prescription for it you just have to ask.


I didn't know that - how comes? So that means it's free for kids then?
#6
looks good to me heat added.
[HUKD Blog Network]#7
Great post-H&R :)
#8
lovesbargains
I didn't know that - how comes? So that means it's free for kids then?


Yes :thumbsup:
#9
eslick
I didn't know that - how comes? So that means it's free for kids then?.


yeah they can do ones for coughs and cold and some others, you just ask and they take your details and give you whats needed
#10
good find - good first post - heat added
#11
The pharmacy prescription mentioned is a scheme called Pharmacy First, your local pharmacy should have leaflet explaining about it.
#12
I looked into the pharmacy first scheme ages ago and can't find it in my PCT area. Will go look again now
#13
Just been in ASDA tonight and it wasn't on offer in Norwich sadly :(

Word of warning about Calprofen the dose for children <1 is 2.5ml NOT 5ml so the sachets are a pain in the bum as you need to carry a spoon round with you unlike with Calpol when they say 3+ months they mean it's suitable for but the dose is def 2.5ml
#14
Rich44
Just been in ASDA tonight and it wasn't on offer in Norwich sadly :(

Word of warning about Calprofen the dose for children <1 is 2.5ml NOT 5ml so the sachets are a pain in the bum as you need to carry a spoon round with you unlike with Calpol when they say 3+ months they mean it's suitable for but the dose is def 2.5ml


cheers for that was about to look online n update my order for tomorrow. Have you heard of the Pharmacy first thing here? I found it for Lincolnshire but not in Norwich or the rest of Norfolk, wasn't sure if it is just me being blind and missing it. I buy tons of Calpol as my child was born with problems so when she gets sick which is often I have to reduce her temperature quickly to prevent her having siezures. The doctors never give me calpol unless I send my husband on the rare occasion.
#15
RBW
The pharmacy prescription mentioned is a scheme called Pharmacy First, your local pharmacy should have leaflet explaining about it.


Will find out about that - thanks!:)
#16
just let nature takes its course, the body creates a fever for a reason.
#17
none in the slough Asda! Does anyone know whether they are the same price in Feltham?
#18
Hi - we just ask our chemist for parcetamol in susphension (which is free and the same as calpol) and only recently we discovered that you can also get ibuprofen in suspension (nurofen) also for free.

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