Dehydration can make your sick child feel even worse. Use this product rather than juices, soda, sports drinks or water, at the first sign of diarrhea and vomiting to help replace lost fluid and electrolytes.
- For children 1 year of age and older
- #1 pediatrician recommended brand
- Natural and artificial flavors
For children 1 year of age and older, offer freezer pops as frequently as desired. The child should consume 16 to 32 pops per day, or 32 to 64 fl oz per day of any other Pedialyte product, while diarrhea continues. If there is vomiting or fever, or if diarrhea continues beyond 24 hours, consult your doctor.
Freezer pops can be consumed without freezing, but the flavors are best when frozen
To eat frozen:
- Remove pops from carton and freeze before separating. Tear or cut carefully between sleeves along perforations. With clean scissors, cut off top of sleeve
- Push up pop from bottom of sleeve
- With clean scissors, cut carefully between sleeves along perforations
- Cut off top of sleeve and pour liquid into cup or glass
Storage: Discard unused portion of opened product. Do not reuse plastic sleeves. Store unopened pops in a cool place. Avoid excessive heat.
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Note: Like colored ices, may temporarily color mouth.© 2010 Abbott Laboratories