medicine dummy £1 in poundland!
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medicine dummy £1 in poundland!

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Found 6th Sep 2014
around £7 in other shops.

brilliant way to get babies and toddlers to take calpol!

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Great idea thanks

amazing idea wish they had these when mine were little

Fab price, nearly bought one at £6 in Asda.

I paid £7 for this why?

Or Whiskey

just spent 15 mins trying to give my baby calpol, going to poundland tomorrow defo! Thanks for the deal!

Banned

calpol now give a serenge

sofiasar

calpol now give a serenge



syringe......

Cheeeeeap.!!!

THE best invention EVER!!

not much good if your child doesn't use a dummy

this is great

try asda own brand 'calpol' off the pharmacy (cherry) my daughter drinks this stuff but hated calpol plus is only £1.35

for those with little ones who won't take a dummy, just pop calpol in their bottle with their milk... must less stressful than fighting to get a syringe in their mouth :-)

laurieleigh

for those with little ones who won't take a dummy, just pop calpol in … for those with little ones who won't take a dummy, just pop calpol in their bottle with their milk... must less stressful than fighting to get a syringe in their mouth :-)



i always wondered if you could do that. does it have the same effect?? my little one will take calpol but he will always put up a fight....

thanks.

Original Poster

not sure i read somewhere not to put anything at all in there bottle. would only work if drank the whole bottle i suppose.. i think

i couldn't find these but I'll have another look as some good posts buby stuff

Zef

i always wondered if you could do that. does it have the same effect?? my … i always wondered if you could do that. does it have the same effect?? my little one will take calpol but he will always put up a fight.... thanks.


always worked fine with mine :-)

michelle313

not sure i read somewhere not to put anything at all in there bottle. … not sure i read somewhere not to put anything at all in there bottle. would only work if drank the whole bottle i suppose.. i think


medicine is generally much denser than the milk so as soon as the bottle is inverted it falls into the teat and is the first liquid they receive when they start drinking so wouldn't matter if they didn't finish the whole bottle... no different to giving the calpol and shoving bottle in quick afterwards which I know a lot of people also do. my problem was that dd wouldn't even entertain the idea of a syringe or spoon of calpol etc when tiny so this was our only option!

Its very good price
But someone put it befor

laurieleigh

medicine is generally much denser than the milk so as soon as the bottle … medicine is generally much denser than the milk so as soon as the bottle is inverted it falls into the teat and is the first liquid they receive when they start drinking so wouldn't matter if they didn't finish the whole bottle... no different to giving the calpol and shoving bottle in quick afterwards which I know a lot of people also do. my problem was that dd wouldn't even entertain the idea of a syringe or spoon of calpol etc when tiny so this was our only option!



Doctor told me that the calpol actually coats the sides of the bottle so baby wouldnt get the whole dosage. but to be honest if you cant get it in them any other way then anything is going to help more than nothing. ;-)

they still have these in kings heath poundland
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