Dosage Chart Links
As a parent, being prepared means keeping the two most recommended children’s pain relievers/fever reducers in your medicine cabinet and knowing which one works best for each situation.
Be prepared with both for all your child’s pain and fever needs.
Always follow directions and use dosing device provided with each product. Children’s Tylenol� and Children’s Motin� are not dosed equally.
Acetaminophen Dosage (i.e., Tylenol)
Visit Tylenol.com for detailed product information.
Please note: One dose lasts 4 hours. Do not give >5 doses in 24 hours.
Ibuprofen Dosage (i.e., Motrin)
Visit Motrin.com for detailed product information.
Please note: One dose lasts 6-8 hours. Do not give > 4 doses in 24 hours. Not to be used under 6 months.
- Milliliter is abbreviated as mL; 5mL equals one teaspoon (tsp).
- Don’t use household teaspoons, which can vary in size.
- Aspirin should not be used in children to treat fever or pain.