Frequently Asked Questions

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Product Information: FAQs

  1. FeverAll® suppositories deliver temporary fever relief and pain reduction with acetaminophen, through the anal tissues. These tissues are highly vascular (rich in blood supply) and readily take the medicine into the bloodstream for absorption by the entire body.

    In short, FeverAll® suppositories work systemically to temporarily relieve fever and pain. FeverAll® is the answer to getting an accurate dose of medicine into your child when they won’t or can't take it orally.

  2. FeverAll® contains acetaminophen, one of the most recommended nonprescription ingredients for temporary fever and pain relief. FeverAll® comes in an easy-to-use suppository form. FeverAll® is the answer when your infant or child unexpectedly becomes ill (vomiting, stomach flu, post-vaccination, teething, etc.) and they can't or won't take liquids. FeverAll® is ideal if your child has a condition that makes swallowing liquids difficult. FeverAll® is the number one pediatrician-recommended acetaminophen suppository.

  3. There are times when infants and children can’t or won’t take medication orally. That is why healthcare professionals urge parents to keep FeverAll® Acetaminophen Suppositories on hand. They’re easy to administer and each suppository contains an accurate, age-appropriate dose. No partial dosing due to spilling or spitting out of liquid. The suppository form ensures accurate dosing and there is no need to measure.

  4. The FeverAll® suppository is small, less than 2cm long, making insertion easy.

  5. Simply unwrap, and gently insert into your child’s rectum. Please click here for complete instructions.

  6. FeverAll® suppositories are designed to melt at body temperature. Acetaminophen enters the bloodstream and reaches maximum concentrations after an hour of administration.

  7. As there are recommendations for maximum doses per 24-hour period, please consult your child’s healthcare provider about administering a second suppository should the initial one be ejected. Follow all instructions properly. If your child’s fever and/or symptoms do not subside, please consult your doctor or a healthcare professional.

  8. No. FeverAll® DOES NOT contain wheat, corn, gluten, shellfish, egg, nuts, dairy, or soy.

    However, the facilities that manufacture and package this product may process other products containing such ingredients. If you have additional questions regarding ingredients, please call us at 1- 866-923-4914.

Parent Resources: FAQs about Fever in Babies

  1. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, a temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher is considered a fever for an infant. If you are concerned about your child’s fever, speak to your child’s healthcare provider.

  2. A rectal thermometer will provide the most reliable reading according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.

  3. There may be several reasons why it may be difficult to give an accurate dose of oral liquid acetaminophen:

    • Child refuses oral liquid
    • Child spits it out
    • Child is spitting up (reflux) or vomiting

    In these cases, an acetaminophen suppository is most ideal. You’ll be confident your child is receiving the proper dose. FeverAll® Acetaminophen Suppositories are small, simple to use and made without any artificial colors/dyes, high fructose corn syrup, or parabens. Healthcare providers recommend you keep both oral and suppository forms available. If you have are concerned about dosing, speak to your child’s healthcare provider.

  4. Keep both oral liquid acetaminophen and FeverAll® Acetaminophen Suppositories on hand so you have both options. Additional things to have handy are popsicles made of fruit and/or vegetables so you know that your child is also getting some nourishment. Coconut water is wonderful choice for a natural electrolyte replenishment. Juice, water, and other fluids are also great to have on hand to keep baby well-hydrated.

Caring for Baby with Fever: FAQs

  1. It could be, but it depends if they have just been doing any physical activity or if they are just overheated (heavy clothing, warm temps). Some kids have quite sensitive skin, and flush easily. Also, kids with eczema will appear very flushed without a fever, so again, just go with your keen parental intuition. If they're flushed, take their temperature.

  2. Dress them in light and comfortable clothes. Avoid sweaters and heavy clothes (it's a myth that cold air causes sickness; it's the viruses during the cold season that make you sick).