FAQs ABOUT DOLO DROPS
Q: What is Dolo Drops and why is it prescribed?
A: Dolo Drops are antipyretic and analgesic drops that are used in children to treat mild to moderate pain associated with a common cold, influenza, backache, headache, earache, muscle pain, sore throat, teething, toothache, and it is also used to reduce fever, including post-vaccination fever.
Q: Is Dolo Drops safe for babies?
A: Dolo Drops are meant for use in babies and children, hence, it is safe to use. It is not recommended for use in babies below 1 month of age.
Q: How many hours is Dolo Drops effective?
A: Dolo drops have paracetamol which begins to ease pain and lower a high temperature about 30 minutes after a dose is taken. Its effects usually last for about 4 to 6 hours. However, it may depend on an individual’s disease condition.
Q: How should I give Dolo Drops to my child?
A: Dolo Drops are for oral use only. Give this medicine to your child as directed by your doctor. You must use the same dropper, you got with Dolo drops. Fill the dropper up to recommended dose mark and slowly dispense the medicine into your child’s mouth, towards the inner cheeks.
Q: How many times a day can I give Dolo drops to my child?
A: Maintain at least 4 hours of time gap between two doses. Do not give more than 4 doses in 24 hours. Ask for your doctor’s advice before giving it to your child.