Dosage and Labeling Information

A safe, reliable alternative to oral medication

FeverAll® makes it easy to administer the precise age-appropriate dose of acetaminophen every time. With 3 strengths, each available in a small, convenient to use suppository, you’ll be ready to provide your child with temporary fever and pain relief when needed most.

The only 80mg strength suppository for infants.

FeverAll® Recommended Doses

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AgeInfants
80 mg
Children
120 mg
Junior
325 mg
Under 6 Months Do not use, unless directed by a doctor Do not use Do not use
6 -11 months 1 suppository every 6 hours. Maximum 4 doses in 24 hours. Do not use Do not use
12 -36 months 1 suppository every 4 to 6 hours. Maximum of 5 doses in 24 hour period. Do not use Do not use
3 - 6 years - 1 suppository every 4 to 6 hours. Maximum of 5 doses in 24 hours. -
6 - 12 years - - 1 suppository every 4 to 6 hours. Maximum 5 doses in 24 hours.
12 years & over - - 2 suppositories every 4 to 6 hours. Maximum of 6 doses in 24 hours.
Important Safety Information

FeverAll® Suppository Directions

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DIRECTIONS: When practical, cleanse area around rectum with mild soap and warm water and rinse thoroughly. Gently dry by patting or blotting with toilet tissue or a soft cloth before using FeverAll®.

  1. Remove wrapper before inserting suppository as follows: hold suppository upright and carefully separate wrapper at pointed end to open.
  2. Carefully peel wrapper down both sides evenly, exposing suppository.
  3. Avoid excess handling, as suppository is designed to melt at body temperature. Suppositories should not need to be refrigerated if stored below 80º F (27º C).
  4. Place child flat on back or on one side with anal opening exposed.
  5. Insert suppository gently, well into the rectum. Use fingertip to complete insertion.

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An illustration of how to use the suppository.

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