Chamomilla Vulgaris 9 CH 12 Boiron suppositories to relieve your baby during a teething
Baby whines, is grumpy, drools a lot, has red cheeks and wakes up at night? He is surely teething! To relieve the pain of teething effectively, there are suitable solutions.
- French name: MATRICAIRE CAMOMILLE
- Registered drug: EH00325
- Listed in the pharmacopoeia
- Origin: Plant
Description Chamomilla Vulgaris 9 CH 12 suppositories Boiron
Chamomilla vulgaris 9CH is a homeopathic suppository medicine traditionally used in disorders attributed to teething in infants (teething pain, irritability, red cheeks ...).
Chamomilla vulgaris 9CH Boiron represents a solution to relieve your child from toothaches during the night: put him on a paracetamol suppository (in pediatric dosage). Doliprane indeed helps to reduce the pain associated with teething and thus prevents waking up at night.
Directions for use Chamomilla vulgaris 9CH suppositories Boiron
Dosage Chamomilla vulgaris 9CH suppositories
Infants during teething.
1 to 3 suppositories per day.
Method and route of administration Chamomilla vulgaris 9CH suppositories
Duration of treatment Chamomilla vulgaris 9CH suppositories
Space administration as soon as improvement and stop administration as soon as symptoms disappear.
The lack of improvement after 3 days should lead to see a doctor.
The duration of treatment should not exceed 3 days.
Composition of Chamomilla vulgaris 9ch suppositories
For a 1g suppository:
Chamomilla vulgaris 9 CH
Excipients: Solid semi-synthetic glycerides
Precautions for use
- In case of overdose of Chamomilla vulgaris Boiron 9CH suppositories
- If you take more Chamomilla vulgaris 9CH suppositories, orodispersible tablet than you should:
- Immediately consult your doctor or pharmacist.
- In case of omission of one or more doses of Chamomilla vulgaris 9CH Boiron 12 suppositories
- If you have missed a dose of Chamomilla vulgaris 9CH suppositories, orodispersible tablet:
- Do not take a double dose to make up for a dose you forgot to take
- Pregnancy and Lactation with Chamomilla vulgaris 9CH suppositories
- Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before taking any medicine.
- In the absence of experimental and clinical data, and as a precautionary measure, the use of this medication should be avoided during pregnancy and lactation.
Box of 12 suppositories
Advice from your expert pharmacist on baby teething
Recognize the symptoms of teething in infants
A grumpy baby who nibbles his fist or rubs his gums is probably teething. By running your finger over the gum, you can feel the tooth ready to pierce. This usually happens between the third and eighth month. When the teeth come through, the child may be restless, whine, have less appetite. He may have red cheeks and a sore chin. He constantly puts his fingers in his mouth and chews whatever comes his way. The secretion of saliva becomes more intense
Treatment of teething in babies
For teething pain, you can gently rub the gum tissue with a finger or a small piece of crushed ice, or give the baby a plastic ring intended for this use to chew on. This ring can be refrigerated, but not frozen, to benefit from the anesthetic effects of the cold. If the pain persists and there are no other signs, paracetamol can be effective. It is also possible to apply a solution to target analgesic on the gum.