Seasick pills??

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  1. oneeyedguy

    oneeyedguy Earning My Ears

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    Just wondering what people use for their children. Does the DCL give out something that is suitable for kids? Have a son 5 and daughter 4 and was not sure if we should give them something before hand or not. I don't really want them to get tired or dry mouth, but don't want them sick either. Hoping for some calm seas April 10th.
     
  2. RonnieJo66

    RonnieJo66 <font color=orange>Married her Prince!<br><font co

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    We used Bonine. Its chewable and cherry flavored...(small pill size too) Have them take it about an hour before. Did my daughter a whole world of good on our first trip. After first time, she never needed it again.

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  3. jrabbit

    jrabbit DIS Veteran

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    An antihistimine like benadryl works pretty well for children - or so I've heard.
     
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  5. MrsMork

    MrsMork Proud Old Geezer

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    Check with your pharmacist to see what they recommend for children.
     
  6. alexandrew

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    DSs Pediatrician says it works great...

    Children tend to be less susceptible to seasickness though...
     
  7. soccercruiser87

    soccercruiser87 Teen Board Moderator Moderator

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    my whole family and i used bonine and didnt feel sick at all after taking it.
     

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