My son has mild runny nose in the early stage of cold or flu. Why does his symptoms worsen so rapidly that he coughs a lot after waking up the next day? What can I do to prevent this?Detail
Coughing in children are mainly due to post nasal dripping. Generally, children do not know how to blow their nose, and excessive nasal discharge can accumulate in the throat or back of their nose during sleep, causing them to cough worse upon waking up. Children's Coltalin Cold & Flu Chewable Tablets will help to dry up a runny nose, hence reducing the chance of post nasal drip, preventing cough due to nasal reflux as well as promoting a better sleep.
Can children with G6PD deficiency take Children's Coltalin Cold & flu series products?Detail
Children with G6PD deficiency can follow the recommended dosage of Children's Fortolin.
Why does the recommended dosage for children 2-5 years no longer available in Children’s Cold & Flu series?Detail
Approximately 6 years ago, the Hong Kong Department of Health enforced a requirement that cough and cold medicines are not indicated for children under 6 years old. To comply with the requirement, the recommended dosage for children 2-5 years had been removed from our children\'s cold & flu products. Please be assured that there is no change in product formulation.
Is there any cold & flu product for children who don't know how to swallow tablets?Detail
Children's Coltalin Cold & Flu Chewable Tablets is perfect for children who don\'t know how to swallow tablets. Moreover, the pleasant fruity taste makes the tablets easier to be ingested.