DD has had a phlegmy cough for about 3 weeks, but we LITERALLY have no money to take her to the dr. This cold has been going around and lasting 3wks-1 month with adults and children in her daycare. She's not feverish or dehydrated; she's eating great, still playful, doesn't seem sick, other than her nasty cough. We've been running a humidifier at night. We can't take her to urgent care because when we had insurance, they didn't bill it to them and they say we owe them money. We simply have NONE- hardly enough to get gas to get to work. I read the back of the Mucinex for kids box and it says "2-6 yrs." She is larger than an average 21 month old, but still 3 months shy. Is it ok to give her the lowest dose? Anyone else done this? How potent is the medicine? Thanks!Answer Question
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