If there’s one thing I’m proud of, that’s being a discerning mommy. I make sure that my four-year-old son is always protected from harm. Although accidents at home or elsewhere can’t be avoided, I make it a point to see to his safety at all times. For instance, I don’t buy him toys that might be harmful to him, physically or otherwise. When he receives such toys as gifts, I make sure I keep them out of his sight and reach.
I’m also particular about the foods that my son eats. Because we have a family history of diabetes, I don’t let him eat sweets whenever, wherever. I don’t usually buy chocolates when I do my grocery shopping, but when we do have chocolates at home, I don’t let him eat everything in one sitting. I just give him one or two small pieces, and those will be enough for the day.
Because my son’s wellness is at the top of my priority list, I’m always in touch with his pediatrician for whatever ails my son or to seek medical advice on things that a first-time mom like me might not be familiar with. She’s the same pediatrician we’ve been going to for four years now. My son received all of his vaccinations from her, including booster shots. I totally trust her because she’s the expert.
I believe that the medications she prescribes for my son are the best, so I don’t argue with her on those. I remember she prescribed the following medications in the past for my son’s colds (Loraped) and fever (Dolan FP Forte). My son is also currently taking Ceelin Plus daily per his pediatrician’s advice.
To be honest, I’m not particular about drug brands before, but out of curiosity I checked the manufacturers of these drugs. I was surprised to find out that all three drugs are made by United Laboratories, Inc. or UNILAB. If my son’s doctor believed in the qualities of these UNILAB products, then they must be good. And speaking from experience, these drugs are not only effective, they’re affordable, too!
If you’re looking for safe, effective, and affordable drugs for your family, you might want to check out UNILAB’s website here.