should medicine be given to children as tablets syrups or injection
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This decision is of the doctor’s depending upon the disease which the child is
suffering from. Usually, the doctor prescribes tablets or syrups. Sometimes,
doctors might give an injection if they see fit. Unless the condition is
serious, the doctor doesn’t advise intravenous bottles. In certain exceptional
cases, even though the child does not have a serious problem but is unable to
take medicine orally, then the doctor can suggest intravenous treatment. For
example, if the child takes medicines properly but vomits out every time then it
becomes necessary to give him/her intravenous treatment so that the medicine
stays in the body and works to cure the child.
Soothing your baby after injection
Injections are painful for children so they tend to get cranky post one.