You’ve been looking for allergy medicine for your little one for a while, but your baby isn’t feeling it.
The medicine you need may be out of stock or you might need to get your own prescription from the pharmacy.
If you’re concerned about your baby getting any allergy medicine and don’t want to give them the medicine, here are some tips to make it easier to find and find what you need.1.
Ask your doctor or pharmacist for the prescription and make sure you get a copy.2.
Make sure you give your baby the medicine that’s labeled for him or her.
If there’s a generic version of the medicine in the pharmacy, make sure to tell your pharmacist that you’ll be giving the baby one of the brands that have the brand name on them.3.
Check with the pharmacy to make certain you can get the medicine at your local store.
If it’s not on the pharmacy’s website, try searching online.
If your pharmacy isn’t online, call your local pharmacy to ask.4.
Check the store’s prescription section and ask to see the name and prescription of the brand of medicine your baby will be receiving.
If the store doesn’t have a prescription for that brand of the allergy medication, ask the pharmacist or a nurse if they can help you find it.5.
Make a note of the date and time the medicine was dispensed and the price.
If this isn’t easy to do, ask your pharmacy for help.6.
Ask the pharmacy if they have a policy against giving allergy medicine to infants younger than two weeks old.
If so, ask to speak with the pharmaceutician.7.
Talk to your doctor and make a list of all your allergies.
This will help you decide what allergy medicine will be right for your baby.8.
Talk with your baby’s doctor about all the medications he or she needs, including if they are safe for breastfeeding.9.
If they need allergy medication at any time, discuss how to safely take it.10.
Talk about the medicine with your doctor, nurse or other healthcare provider, and ask for permission to use it.