What to do when your child accidentally takes the wrong medicine


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Curious toddlers and infants often find mummy’s or daddy’s medicine quite interesting, so parents need to be ready for the possibility that their child accidentally swallows a tablet meant for adults. — dpa

It's hard enough to get a child to take a medicine, and sometimes, you might be tempted to come out with a phrase such as ”It’s like candy”.

Paediatricians say don’t.

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