Calpol Calcough Reviews
Product Type: Calpol Coughs, Colds & Flus
Description:Brand: Calpol / Type: Coughs, Colds & Flu / Age: 13+ Years
Newest Review: ... colour and tells me that the cough medicine contains glycerol, I always buy medicines containing glycerol for my thickly ... more
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by - written on 22/04/11 (Very useful, 435 readings)
My daughter at the grand age of 6 months (1 week off!) has just had her first cold though the only give away is the cough and runny nose other than that she has been her usual happy, smiley self. Even though she seemed her usual self the cough was something I could see was clearly irritating her and would no doubt give her a sore throat in the process so I decided to go out and find a cough medicine suitable for her age and symptoms. My usual stop for everything is Boots and although my nearest Boots is on the small side they do have a good range of health products for babies and children. I came away with Calpol's Calcough Infant Syrup as it was recommended ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/09, updated on 10/11/09 (Very useful, 782 readings)
UPDATE ****I'd just like to make it clear that this review is for Calcough 'TICKLY' not Calcough 'CHESTY'. The 'Tickly' version can be given to children aged 3 months and above, but the 'Chesty' version cannot be given to children under the age of 6 years, due to changes in guidelines. Jo1976 has mentioned this in the comments section so I thought I would add this in the review just so no-one gets confused**** When my youngest was about 5 months old my toddler picked up a nasty cough from somewhere, and then obviously passed it onto the baby. It was one of those horrible coughs that don't produce anything when you cough and it was horrible to see ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/11 (Very useful, 139 readings)
My daughter has suffered with her chest since she was a baby, having to endure a night cough on and off since that time. She has had a multitude of inhalers and humidifiers in her room, but have now come to the conclusion that it is something she will eventually grow out of. One thing that I did get for her was a bottle of cough syrup to try and ease her throat, as even though she didn't initially have a sore throat, the constant coughing soon made her throat feel quite raw. After a few doses it soon became apparent that this was making no difference to her throat at all, so decided that I would find a better branded one that would ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/13 (Very useful, 57 readings)
About two weeks ago myself and my daughter became full up with a cold, this also came with a tickly cough which made it almost impossible to get to sleep. My poor daughter spent hours coughing the the point of making herself sick. I have tried other medicines on her in the past but most seem to be blackcurrant which she refuses to take. I noticed this in Tesco it was £3.50 and is apple flavour which was the main reason I bought it. The box is bright yellow in colour and tells me that the cough medicine contains glycerol, I always buy medicines containing glycerol for my thickly cough as it stops the tickle and coats the throat also soothing any soreness. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/12 (Very useful, 140 readings)
Just before Christmas both my children got a cold and along with it came a cough, after a week or so of constant coughing I decided to try and find some medicine to try and soothe it for them. I only actually bought this medicine as it was on offer for £2 a bottle as it is usually £3.50 which I think is a ridiculous price compared to others available. Calcough comes in an apple flavoured tickly variety or a blackcurrant flavoured chesty cough variety. The medicine comes in a brown glass bottle which is packaged in a cardboard box, the bottle has a white childproof lid on it. On the bottle there is a white label giving plenty of information, it states that this ... Read the complete review
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