Sedating children on long haul flights

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So, no, I wouldn't be sedating my child for no reason.I'd get some new toys (never before seen) some books, maybe even a portable dvd player (if you have the $) and just go with it..I'll be taking some panadol along on the flight just in case, and I stress that I only use medication as a last resort and when absolutely necessary.What I really want to know is what sedatives or medication have you taken along on flights to help your kids when necessary?Now I'm not keen on giving my children drugs, but I'm realistic and practical.

The workshop was hosted by Sallie Boschung, a Vancouver French immersion teacher who has flown extensively with her two children all around the world.My brother was 7 days old and I was one (obviously more for me than my brother im assuming) He was given phenergan by our family GP.That was a big mistake, it had a opposite effect and made us hyper."PHENERGAN SHOULD NOT BE USED IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS LESS THAN 2 YEARS OF AGE BECAUSE OF THE POTENTIAL FOR FATAL RESPIRATORY DEPRESSION.POSTMARKETING CASES OF RESPIRATORY DEPRESSION, INCLUDING FATALITIES, HAVE BEEN REPORTED WITH USE OF PHENERGAN IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS LESS THAN 2 YEARS OF AGE.

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