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Is NyQuil safe for a 7 year old?

My mom have a question about NyQuil because my brother is sick and she is wondering if you can give a 7 year old boy some NyQuil?And my brother is 7 years old .So i hope you can answer my question because my brother is not feeling very well and he very sick,also she wont him to go to school that s why i was asking you that. PLEASE AND ANSWER THIS QUESTION .WE REALLY NEED THE HELP DOCTER. THANK YOU IF YOU CAN..........ONCE AGAIN THANKYOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!=))))))))))=))))))
Asked On : Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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Thanks for your query

i can feel your concerns

yes,you can give NyQuil if he has cold or fever .dose to be adjusted according to his weight.give him green tea and honey
saline gargles are also effective.steam inhalation also improve symptoms
tdo tapid water sponging for fever

Hope i have ansewered your query

wishing him good health


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