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Kidz Med Pacifier Medicine Dispenser - Kidz Med PCFR-MD

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4 out of 5 stars 103 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Finally, it's easy to administer an accurate dose of medicine - even to finicky infants and toddlers!

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  • Kidz Med Pacifier Medicine Dispenser - Kidz Med PCFR-MD
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Product Description

The medicine dispenser is ergonomically designed, with a hinged "syringe" and a small channel inside the pacifier nipple which allows the medicine to be delivered either by the baby's normal sucking, or gently and accurately by depressing the "plunger".

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000CQXOM8
  • UPC: 026141126102
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (103 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,416 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)

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I don't understand why they don't have this little device at every single hospital, ER, or any place where little kids might have to drink some medicine.

This was the only way I found to get tylenol, motrin, antibiotics, or cough medicine into my baby... They just use their natural sucking instinct, and slurp down the medicine with no problem. It might take 10-15 minutes, but to me it is worth it to wait a little longer rather than wrestle my kid to the ground, pin their arms and legs down, and get their mouth open to squeeze a little medicine into them.

There is also a little plunger to help them along a little bit, but be careful because if you push on it too hard or too much (like when the dropper is full) it might make them gag on the medicine.
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I bought this to use with my 2 month old to dispense a medicine he needs daily. The idea is great but this product is not really suitable for younger babies with smaller mouths. The part that goes in the mouth is about the same size as a 18-month old's pacifier, so it fills a smaller baby's mouth and it's hard for him to suck on and get the meds. It's also quite stiff, so it's hard to suck on too. The plunger sticks a little so if you try to use it to push the meds through, baby ends up with a mouth full of meds and gags or spits it out. The reservoir for the meds is quite small so if you use a syringe to measure out meds and squirt it into the reservoir it can splash out easily. Also you need to hold the pacifier with one hand when filling it up, so you only have one hand to work with. I'm hoping that as baby gets bigger this will become more useful, although the 5ml capacity is quite small. For now I am using a nipple from a baby bottle (which has a flat cap so it can sit on the counter while I measure meds and fill it up).
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Our 4 month old is on twice a day, 0.7 ml of meds. While she'll eagerly suck a dropper of tylenol, she absolutely hates the taste of her medicine. We were using a large bottle nipple, and just putting the nipple in her mouth and then putting in her medicine. This worked well most of the time but was cumbersome.

This pacifier is a really smart idea, and a great size. I also tried the Munchkin ones, and they seem to be made for a large volume of medicine. This one has a little straw going to the tip, so when she sucks, she gets all of the medicine. The plunger is there only if you need it or for reassurance that she got everything.

We've been using it for the last month - unfortunately, she learned to reject it, but it got us over the hump and will no doubt be useful in the future. Now we use her regular pacifier (green soothie brand) and just put in half a dropperful of the medicine far back in her cheek, while her mouth is open for her pacifier. After several sucks, we do it again with the rest of the meds. Her one drop of Vitamin D goes on the pacifier first, so she also gets that. It was nicer to put the Vitamin D drop and meds in the same kidz med dispenser.

So I found the kidz med to be the best of the options, and it worked for the time that we needed it, when she was in the major tongue-thrust phase. Quality wise it is fine, no problems and still in perfect shape. The fit is very tight, so don't worry when you have to pull hard to pop things apart and pull out the plunger. Never had a single problem with leaking.
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I bought one of these and it worked magnificently. It closed easily, the plunger moved slowly and it was easy to clean. It had a star-shaped piece of plastic in the bottom.

I purchased a second one which is a never-ending headache to use: hard to open, the plunger sticks and then shoves the entire contents through, and then it is hard to fill, so that the medicine spurts out while trying to snap it closed. When I try to administer the medicine, it causes choking! It has a circular piece of plastic in the bottom.

I bought more, hoping to get another star, but got more circles and every one of them is useless! I recommend opening up the reservoir as soon as you get it and sending back any without the star shape. It's just not worth the stress!
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I've used this product a few times for gripe water, and it's quite a bother to use. The plunger is SOOOO STIFF, you basically can't use it for anything other than all the way out or all the way in. It really doesn't slide so well. I try to slide the plunger to the exact volume I want to fill it (so baby doesn't swallow a lot of air) but it's really tough to hit that mark. The way you open it (hinged opening)doesn't feel secure or snapped-in, and last night, trying to ensure it was fully closed, I instinctually squeezed it- pushing the plunger in and shooting gripe water everywhere. Then the little guy didn't need it, so I put it in a ziploc in the fridge- and it all leaked out. (I thought it was paci-up, but who knows!) Sigh. It's a real bother. Perhaps it'll be of use if I ever have to give cough syrup or something like that, but I've given up with the gripe water.
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The problem with this pacifier is that the medicine is shot into the back of your child's throat. I now know why it cost three dollars...cheap enough so everyone wants one. That exactly what it is...cheap. I'll save you the frustration...this is NOT your new great way of givings meds to your children. I have 5 month old twins and after giving them meds with it the last time i went directly to the trash can and threw it away. And no, I'm not that idiot that gives everything bad reviews online. Save some money and frustration and join the group who is still hunting for a good way to give your children medicine.
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