2 Jul 2009
Yes, studies have shown that up to 4.5mg of Cetirizine per day can be safely given to children between 6 an 11 months (4.5mg of Cetirizine is equivalent to 4.5ml of the commercially available Cetirizine 1mg/ml Syrup ) You are giving 3.75ml a day which is well within a normal and safe dose.
- Cetirizine Information for Consumers
- Cetirizine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Cetirizine (detailed)
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