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Cold & Flu

From 6 years

Specially formulated for older children. For pain and fever relief.

CALPOL® Blocked Nose Spray

From 3 years

Natural relief from nasal congestion

This product can be used effectively in conjunction with other CALPOL® medicines. Age ranges vary.

CALPOL® Infant Suspension

For babies and children aged 2 months to 6 years weighing more than 4kg and not premature.

Tough on pain and fever. Gentle on the tummy.

From 6 years

Specially formulated for older children. For pain and fever relief.

CALPOL® Soothe & Care Saline Nasal Spray & Drops

From birth

Natural relief from nasal congestion

This product can be taken alongside CALPOL® Infant Suspension or CALPOL®  SixPlus™ Suspension or Fastmelts if pain and fever relief is also needed

From 3 months

Soothing vapours for clear & easy breathing

This product can be used alongside CALPOL® Infant Suspension or CALPOL®  SixPlus™ Suspension or fastmelts if pain and fever relief is also needed

There might not be a cure for the common cold, but there are lots of ways you can make your child feel better.

With the CALPOL® Family of products, you can rely on a wide range of treatments to help you relieve the symptoms of your little one’s cold, whether they have a sore throat, a fever and high temperature or a blocked up nose.

And if you’re looking for more advice on how you can best care for your child when they have a cold, our experts have written a simple guide for you too.

 

Get the dose right

Check to make sure you’re giving your little one a safe and effective dosage.

Check for the correct dosage

Cold or flu?

Cold or flu?

What’s the difference, and how can you tell which your child has?

Find out more about telling cold from flu

Paracetamol or ibuprofen?

Post-immunisation fever

A mild fever after an immunisation is common.So how can you make your baby feel better?

Immunisation: What to expect

Watch our expert tips video

Caring for a child with a fever

Find out how best to take care of your baby if they have a fever.

Watch our expert tips video