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Can you give ZzzzQuil to a 1 year old?

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Don't give anything to a child without doctors ok!! And why are you wanting to drug a child to sleep for anyway?

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Thank you! I wish people would listen!
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I know. It's scary.
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I wouldn't, but ask around.

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No!!!!!

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I wouldn't do it. It could be dangerous, especially if it's adult size.

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hell no you will end up in jail if that baby dies (god forbid) and why do you wanna drug the baby anyway

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I would not recommend that at all, unless a doctor has given you prior approval.

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Scary!
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Yes. The product says "do not use" for children under 12. But they need to talk to their doctor about this problem that they think requires ZzzQuil.
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Many parents have drugged their children. Then later in life "what ever made you become a drug addict?".
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If the directions don't provide dosages for children .. then NO, NO, NO! It's all about dosages!

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Dont. Adult meds should never be given to small children, esp babies, without a doctors ok. And it may contain alcohol. Nyquil does. Drugging your child just so you can sleep not only sucks, it could be considered abuse.

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No!!! Don't give any medication like that to a child under 12. Consult with a physician about what you can give your 1 year old child.

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Call your pediatrician or NP and ask your question. They may want to examine your child and can help you find the appropriate medicine--one that is safe.

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