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Tylenol Children's Liquid, Berry Flavour 100 mL (2-11 Years) - $9.99

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So sad that a country as developed as Canada is having trouble stocking childrens advil and tylenol....

simply pathetic.
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teedomo88 wrote: So sad that a country as developed as Canada is having trouble stocking childrens advil and tylenol....

simply pathetic.
Yeah it's crazy to think something that is a primary drug is short.
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teedomo88 wrote: So sad that a country as developed as Canada is having trouble stocking childrens advil and tylenol....

simply pathetic.
Probably all the people trying to cook their chicken in stuff like this :lol:
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Just few weeks ago I was passing by the section at Walmart and found one children Tylenol and one adults one. Bought them and the following week everyone got covid. I was so lucky I bought them at that time other wise it would have been a difficult situation with kids. It was like someone just left them there for me just one of each.
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teedomo88 wrote: So sad that a country as developed as Canada is having trouble stocking childrens advil and tylenol....

simply pathetic.
What’s even more sad is that it’s manufactured in Canada.
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Temporarily out of stock.

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To be honest, I saw plenty of stock in local No frills last week. I bought 2, which will last for at least a year for me. I am not sure why people are so obsessed about this. The news is certainly over exaggerating. Do check at local grocery stores from time to time. You should be fine.
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kmtvnew wrote: To be honest, I saw plenty of stock in local No frills last week. I bought 2, which will last for at least a year for me. I am not sure why people are so obsessed about this. The news is certainly over exaggerating. Do check at local grocery stores from time to time. You should be fine.
Because so many parents give their kids drugs at the first sign of a sniffle. It's insane
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KingMoobot wrote: order ALL! gonner re-sell these badboys on the street corner
I will buy some lol. Either that, or I’m going to get desperate and make some homemade drugs for kids by cruhing up a piece of adult tylenol Confounded Face
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mangoman wrote: If you're really in a jam and can follow directions for the appropriate age /dosage and / or do math, you can also crush up a tablet from regular acetaminophen bottles and mixed into your child's favourite fruit/grape juice (just stay away from citrus ones).
I would avoid all kind of juice, especially grapefruit*, just to be safe...

https://www.fda.gov/consumers/consumer- ... s-dont-mix
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Adubsthoughts wrote: Actually, I heard on CBC radio yesterday that late Fall (November/early December) is when supply is expected to "normalize". Fingers crossed for a Christmas miracle ya'll.
Just asking why people don’t use adult pain relief and dose it accordingly? I understand convenience but man it’s like paying 4-5x more for children’s meds!!!!! Geez.
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Dealfinder12 wrote: I will buy some lol. Either that, or I’m going to get desperate and make some homemade drugs for kids by cruhing up a piece of adult tylenol Confounded Face
It’s been happening for over 50 years.
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kmtvnew wrote: To be honest, I saw plenty of stock in local No frills last week. I bought 2, which will last for at least a year for me. I am not sure why people are so obsessed about this. The news is certainly over exaggerating. Do check at local grocery stores from time to time. You should be fine.
News is designed to create chaos and confusion so that sounds about right.
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vkizzle wrote: What’s even more sad is that it’s manufactured in Canada.
The shelves are full and falling off the shelf with adult pain pills………….but no children’s ones?????? Like what a joke. Simple solution, stop making adult pills and
Make Children’s meds for a bit. Hmmm…..
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fizz1234 wrote: Yeah it's crazy to think something that is a primary drug is short.
It’s not short, it’s designed to be short.
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Drew81 wrote: Just asking why people don’t use adult pain relief and dose it accordingly? I understand convenience but man it’s like paying 4-5x more for children’s meds!!!!! Geez.
I'm not sure how to put this diplomatically. In general, that requires very careful math. In my experience, asking the general populace to do math, even if their kids kidneys and livers are on the line, is likely to result in a lot of kids needing kidneys and livers.
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Drew81 wrote: The shelves are full and falling off the shelf with adult pain pills………….but no children’s ones?????? Like what a joke. Simple solution, stop making adult pills and
Make Children’s meds for a bit. Hmmm…..
It's an ingredient specific to syrups from what I've read.
I suppose if one have an accurate digital scale (the one drug dealer uses lol), they could break down an adult sized pill for older children, it will just taste terrible lol

My 3yo needs 160mg, so that's not bad, it's half a tablet of 320mg but good luck trying to feed that to a kid, you'll have more luck finding chewable tablets however vs syrups
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atsak wrote: I'm not sure how to put this diplomatically. In general, that requires very careful math. In my experience, asking the general populace to do math, even if their kids kidneys and livers are on the line, is likely to result in a lot of kids needing kidneys and livers.
That’s a lie. The news tells you that everyone in this country is an idiot. That’s is not at all the truth. So stop spreading that garbage they fired down your throat for so many years. Gee
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Daijoubu wrote: It's an ingredient specific to syrups from what I've read.
I suppose if one have an accurate digital scale (the one drug dealer uses lol), they could break down an adult sized pill for older children, it will just taste terrible lol

My 3yo needs 160mg, so that's not bad, it's half a tablet of 320mg but good luck trying to feed that to a kid, you'll have more luck finding chewable tablets however vs syrups
Never bought a child pain reliever ever. Done the adult pill adjustment for years. It’s super simple and not at all a problem.

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