sandpaper under the tongue. My son said it is smaller than a dime, but definately larger than a malatonin. One night this person gave him three of these pills to put him to sleep. Fortunately my son spits them out when she is not looking!
Whoever this person is, there isn't a medication out there to be given to a child to put them to sleep. Sleeping pills can be seriously dangerous to adults and were never meant for a child of any age. If your child has been given three pills to sleep your lucky they were smart enough to spit them out. I hope that you have removed your child from their care. Nik
A child will eventually fall asleep when they are tired enough. apparently it didn't fit the person caring for his schedule. If it was just benadryl one tablet should have been plenty, but still not needed. If the child is hyperactive & is on medication the proper dose of whatever med the doctor has ordered should be plenty not more. Just my thoughts...
I agree with all of the above. Children should never be given anything to be put to sleep, unless a dr. prescribes it, and I don't see that happening allot. Like they said..they will go to sleep when they feel like it or when their bodies get to that point. Shame on the person who gave this to you're child.
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