He has an ear infection and refuses to take this. I had it flavored -tastes just as yucky, IMO. Tried hiding it in his juice. worked last night but not today. Waiting to hear from the Dr. on other alternatives....
Any suggestions out there!
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We are in the same boat right at this moment. My son just had his tonsils out this morning and he does not want his antibiotic or his pain medication. What works for us in a time consuming process, but it does work. We give my three year old a warning. We say, "In five minutes daddy is going to come in and give you your medicine to help your body feel better." Then in four minutes I repeat the same thing. In three. In two. In one. Then I say, "Okay, here comes daddy and I am going to hold you. Daddy is sitting on the bed and you will be ready in five seconds...1, 2, 3,4, 5. Alright let's take our good medicine." All done in a calm voice. He does it. We also do "talks" where we sat on the floor and we gave him the choice of Mama, Daddy, or him to give the medication. He would choose him and he put it in his mouth. We do it when he is ready. It is a process but it works better than chasing him, yelling, or
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