Q-Dryl A/F - how much q-dryl should I give to a 2 years old?

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22 Dec 2009

Ideally you won't give a 2 year old any Q-Dryl. The use of antihistamines in children of that age is not recommended, unless absolutely necessary and your doctor has prescribed it.

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