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Acetaminophen, Ibuprofen, and Benadryl Charts for Kids (Instant Download)

Disclaimer: These over-the-counter medication charts are not substitutes for professional medical advice. They are provided for educational purposes only.

With cold and flu season creeping in, it’s a great idea to have over-the-counter medication references on-hand—just in case. For your convenience, we’ve included three downloadable charts for Tylenol, Advil, and Benadryl dosage for children. These guides will give your child the right amount of medicine to help them feel better, faster.

When Using These Charts…

  • Consult your child’s pediatrician before administering medication if he/she is 2 years old or younger.
  • Weight is the most accurate way to determine recommended dosages. Age is provided on these charts for your convenience in order to help you more easily locate the correct weight.
  • Never give your child more than the recommended dosage in 24 hours (listed on each chart).
  • Read and follow manufacturer’s label on all products.

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Acetaminophen (Tylenol) Dosing Chart

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Ibuprofen Dosing Chart

 

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Allergy (Benadryl) Dosing Chart

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