CALPROFEN® does not contain paracetamol. CALPROFEN® is an ibuprofen-only medicine.
Does CALPROFEN® contain paracetamol?
Can I give CALPOL® and CALGEL® together?
CALPOL® Infant Suspension can be given alongside CALGEL® Teething Gel to provide additional relief from teething pain.
Can CALPROFEN® be given with CALCOUGH®?
Yes, CALPROFEN® can be given with CALCOUGH® to provide additional relief where necessary if your child is suffering from a cough alongside other symptoms that CALPROFEN® can help relieve.
CALPROFEN® can treat symptoms such as a sore throat, fever or aches and pains.
Can I use CALPOL® if my baby is premature?
CALPOL® Infant Suspension can be used in babies from 2 months, provided they weigh at least 4kg and were not born prematurely (before 37 weeks) - if your child was born prematurely, speak to a healthcare professional for advice.
Are CALPOL® Suspensions gluten-free?
All CALPOL® Suspensions are gluten-free and suitable for children with Coeliac disease.
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