@Dannysmum, if he's having pain and they aren't helping he needs to talk to the Dr. Another way to monitor the tram intake is to only give him the amount of pills he can have in a day. Like my script says I can only take 8 pills a day, so give him 8 pills and you keep or hide the rest. Once he has used or taking the max amount he can't get anymore. Have him try taking another form of pain relief before the trams and see if that'll help. Also, try taking benadryl with the trams when he's in pain. The benadryl helps to take away the pain faster and longer. This is just based on my experience, and the children's liquid works best.
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