Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020516/001.

Names and composition

"CHILDREN'S MOTRIN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of IBUPROFEN.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020516/001 CHILDREN'S MOTRIN IBUPROFEN SUSPENSION/ORAL 100MG per 5ML
020601/001 CHILDREN'S MOTRIN IBUPROFEN TABLET, CHEWABLE/ORAL 50MG
020603/001 CHILDREN'S MOTRIN IBUPROFEN SUSPENSION/DROPS/ORAL 40MG per ML

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017463/002 MOTRIN IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 400MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
017463/003 MOTRIN IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 300MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
017463/004 MOTRIN IBUPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 600MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
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019842/001 MOTRIN IBUPROFEN SUSPENSION/ORAL 100MG per 5ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
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Answered questions

I ran out of Children's Tylenol, can I use half Tylenol and half Motrin in the same dose?
My daughter had a temp of 103. I Got it down to 100 with Motrin. Well now it has been 5 hours. I gave her some Tylenol but realized I did not have quite enough. Can I use a little Motrin to compensate? I want to make sure her fever does not spike up again! Thanks. Asked by Elsy Wieck 1 year ago.

You shouldn't give tylenol and motrin at the same time. The proper dose is important and underdosing is just as bad as overdosing. Go to the store and get more tylenol or call a friend to go for you if you can't go out with your daughter. Also, alternating between the two is a good idea...give motrin, then when it's time for the next dose, give tylenol. Keep her hydrated as well, even if it's only a tablespoon of fluid an hr. Hope she feels better! Answered by Dan Jurgensen 1 year ago.

No because they work on different neurotransmitters in the brain. Answered by Shantelle Tagliavia 1 year ago.


Why is the liquid of my bottle of Children's Motrin clear?
On the label it says original cherry flavor...but the content is clear. It looks like water actually. It's a new bottle too. Asked by Synthia Heinzerling 1 year ago.

you probably bought the dye-free liquid...did you look at the box carefully before you bought it?? Answered by Anamaria Skaare 1 year ago.

The artificial cherry flavor is colorless. Yours simply does not have any red dye added. Answered by Tona Reddy 1 year ago.


I gave my 7 year old son 81 mg aspirin and a dose of Children s Motrin at the same time. Help! I m so worried!?
Asked by Scarlett Beem 1 year ago.

The only way this would be a problem is if you gave him this dose every hour, on the hour, continually. Otherwise, he'll be fine (unless he's allergic to either of the medicines, which he probably isn't). Answered by Claribel Glunz 1 year ago.

you're kidding? give him something to eat and water, least 34 oz of bottled water, not that tap garbage that's got gunk in it. and got a fast food place near by? some sandwich that has 600 calories or so attached to it? he'll be fine, EAT ... that simple. you'll still get the pain reliever and diluted with enzymes. Answered by Kacey Danni 1 year ago.

That won't do anything to him, he'll be fine. Answered by Bryant Stelle 1 year ago.


My children's chewable Motrin expired 2 1/2 months ago, is it still 100% effective? ?
i know some expiration dates allow for some give-and-take, but I want to make sure. Asked by Velma Stittsworth 1 year ago.

I would say it will be just a bit weaker in strength at the worst. It can't change in chemical structure or be harmfull if that's what you are worried about.2 1/2 months is a very short period of time though, and I would say that the effectiveness level change, if any, would be very minute. It it were over 5 months over the date, I would discard it, as you have no idea how much of the effectiveness rate is left. Answered by Kary Tomka 1 year ago.

It's probably not as effective, but it should still help a bit. It's not good to take medication after the expiration date. If you are experiencing weird side effects, I suggest calling your doctor. If not, check the expiration date before taking anything. Answered by Karrie Crimi 1 year ago.

It will be fine. Manufactures are required to place an expiration date on all medication(s)--including over-the-counter as well as prescription. If you said it was 2 1/2 years ago, then I would have recommend that you throw it away. It is still fine. Answered by Mignon Diallo 1 year ago.

Most meds are 95% effective 3 years past their dates. Answered by Jerald Chartraw 1 year ago.

I think that is the sell by date and if anything it would just be less potent. Answered by Aleshia Baragar 1 year ago.

No, it will not be as effective. Answered by Lyndsey Persaud 1 year ago.


What is best for breaking a child's fever?
My child is four years old and has a fever of 103 for the past 2 days. last night I took her to the hospital and they gave her motrin and the fever subsided for a few hours. Does anyone know what I can give her to prevent another night spent in the hospital???? Asked by Gabriela Vibbert 1 year ago.

For my girls when they had a fever that I couldn't keep at bay I would alternate Motrin and Tylenol. When that didn't work we were in the bath tub to bring the fever down. I thinking since you went to the hospital and all they gave you was Motrin that they thought she had a cold or a virus? Just make sure her temp doesn't go real high. Hope this helps. Answered by Buster Ruyle 1 year ago.

I definitely wouldn't overdress a child when he/she has a fever. It can be very dangerous to raise the body's temperature to high levels, especially with children. Like a previous poster, I would recommend a lukewarm bath and light clothing, and let the fever run its course (if it's not high and the child is not uncomfortable). Low-grade fever is the body's sign that it's doing its job to fight an illness. Answered by Paige Eggeman 1 year ago.


I ran out of Children's Tylenol, can I use half Tylenol and half Motrin in the same dose?
My daughter had a temp of 103. I Got it down to 100 with Motrin. Well now it has been 5 hours. I gave her some Tylenol but realized I did not have quite enough. Can I use a little Motrin to compensate? I want to make sure her fever does not spike up again! Thanks. Asked by Sherri Clogston 1 year ago.

You shouldn't give tylenol and motrin at the same time. The proper dose is important and underdosing is just as bad as overdosing. Go to the store and get more tylenol or call a friend to go for you if you can't go out with your daughter. Also, alternating between the two is a good idea...give motrin, then when it's time for the next dose, give tylenol. Keep her hydrated as well, even if it's only a tablespoon of fluid an hr. Hope she feels better! Answered by Dwayne Nockai 1 year ago.

No because they work on different neurotransmitters in the brain. Answered by Cayla Vanwyhe 1 year ago.


Why is the liquid of my bottle of Children's Motrin clear?
On the label it says original cherry flavor...but the content is clear. It looks like water actually. It's a new bottle too. Asked by Eden Umphress 1 year ago.

you probably bought the dye-free liquid...did you look at the box carefully before you bought it?? Answered by Daren Geisen 1 year ago.

The artificial cherry flavor is colorless. Yours simply does not have any red dye added. Answered by Nola Shabazz 1 year ago.


I gave my 7 year old son 81 mg aspirin and a dose of Children s Motrin at the same time. Help! I m so worried!?
Asked by Erica Doyon 1 year ago.

The only way this would be a problem is if you gave him this dose every hour, on the hour, continually. Otherwise, he'll be fine (unless he's allergic to either of the medicines, which he probably isn't). Answered by Tonda Matte 1 year ago.

you're kidding? give him something to eat and water, least 34 oz of bottled water, not that tap garbage that's got gunk in it. and got a fast food place near by? some sandwich that has 600 calories or so attached to it? he'll be fine, EAT ... that simple. you'll still get the pain reliever and diluted with enzymes. Answered by Lakeisha Simlick 1 year ago.

That won't do anything to him, he'll be fine. Answered by Shanel Worstell 1 year ago.


My children's chewable Motrin expired 2 1/2 months ago, is it still 100% effective? ?
i know some expiration dates allow for some give-and-take, but I want to make sure. Asked by Emilio Josephs 1 year ago.

I would say it will be just a bit weaker in strength at the worst. It can't change in chemical structure or be harmfull if that's what you are worried about.2 1/2 months is a very short period of time though, and I would say that the effectiveness level change, if any, would be very minute. It it were over 5 months over the date, I would discard it, as you have no idea how much of the effectiveness rate is left. Answered by Elsy Heger 1 year ago.

It's probably not as effective, but it should still help a bit. It's not good to take medication after the expiration date. If you are experiencing weird side effects, I suggest calling your doctor. If not, check the expiration date before taking anything. Answered by Brook Dronko 1 year ago.

It will be fine. Manufactures are required to place an expiration date on all medication(s)--including over-the-counter as well as prescription. If you said it was 2 1/2 years ago, then I would have recommend that you throw it away. It is still fine. Answered by Walker Kenealy 1 year ago.

Most meds are 95% effective 3 years past their dates. Answered by Theola Coreas 1 year ago.

I think that is the sell by date and if anything it would just be less potent. Answered by Maye Kamman 1 year ago.

No, it will not be as effective. Answered by Johanne Lavon 1 year ago.


What is best for breaking a child's fever?
My child is four years old and has a fever of 103 for the past 2 days. last night I took her to the hospital and they gave her motrin and the fever subsided for a few hours. Does anyone know what I can give her to prevent another night spent in the hospital???? Asked by Danille Knebel 1 year ago.

For my girls when they had a fever that I couldn't keep at bay I would alternate Motrin and Tylenol. When that didn't work we were in the bath tub to bring the fever down. I thinking since you went to the hospital and all they gave you was Motrin that they thought she had a cold or a virus? Just make sure her temp doesn't go real high. Hope this helps. Answered by Giselle Hendee 1 year ago.

I definitely wouldn't overdress a child when he/she has a fever. It can be very dangerous to raise the body's temperature to high levels, especially with children. Like a previous poster, I would recommend a lukewarm bath and light clothing, and let the fever run its course (if it's not high and the child is not uncomfortable). Low-grade fever is the body's sign that it's doing its job to fight an illness. Answered by Curt Langoni 1 year ago.


I ran out of Children's Tylenol, can I use half Tylenol and half Motrin in the same dose?
My daughter had a temp of 103. I Got it down to 100 with Motrin. Well now it has been 5 hours. I gave her some Tylenol but realized I did not have quite enough. Can I use a little Motrin to compensate? I want to make sure her fever does not spike up again! Thanks. Asked by Nichol Liebig 1 year ago.

You shouldn't give tylenol and motrin at the same time. The proper dose is important and underdosing is just as bad as overdosing. Go to the store and get more tylenol or call a friend to go for you if you can't go out with your daughter. Also, alternating between the two is a good idea...give motrin, then when it's time for the next dose, give tylenol. Keep her hydrated as well, even if it's only a tablespoon of fluid an hr. Hope she feels better! Answered by Evia Kerper 1 year ago.

No because they work on different neurotransmitters in the brain. Answered by Kris Babbel 1 year ago.


Why is the liquid of my bottle of Children's Motrin clear?
On the label it says original cherry flavor...but the content is clear. It looks like water actually. It's a new bottle too. Asked by Ileen Hullihen 1 year ago.

you probably bought the dye-free liquid...did you look at the box carefully before you bought it?? Answered by Vida Clammer 1 year ago.

The artificial cherry flavor is colorless. Yours simply does not have any red dye added. Answered by Sharron Maldonaldo 1 year ago.


I gave my 7 year old son 81 mg aspirin and a dose of Children s Motrin at the same time. Help! I m so worried!?
Asked by Booker Delacerda 1 year ago.

The only way this would be a problem is if you gave him this dose every hour, on the hour, continually. Otherwise, he'll be fine (unless he's allergic to either of the medicines, which he probably isn't). Answered by Bobby Mencer 1 year ago.

you're kidding? give him something to eat and water, least 34 oz of bottled water, not that tap garbage that's got gunk in it. and got a fast food place near by? some sandwich that has 600 calories or so attached to it? he'll be fine, EAT ... that simple. you'll still get the pain reliever and diluted with enzymes. Answered by Christian Orillion 1 year ago.

That won't do anything to him, he'll be fine. Answered by Xenia Todora 1 year ago.


My children's chewable Motrin expired 2 1/2 months ago, is it still 100% effective? ?
i know some expiration dates allow for some give-and-take, but I want to make sure. Asked by Dewitt Steese 1 year ago.

I would say it will be just a bit weaker in strength at the worst. It can't change in chemical structure or be harmfull if that's what you are worried about.2 1/2 months is a very short period of time though, and I would say that the effectiveness level change, if any, would be very minute. It it were over 5 months over the date, I would discard it, as you have no idea how much of the effectiveness rate is left. Answered by Odette Rasmus 1 year ago.

It's probably not as effective, but it should still help a bit. It's not good to take medication after the expiration date. If you are experiencing weird side effects, I suggest calling your doctor. If not, check the expiration date before taking anything. Answered by Bell Kartes 1 year ago.

It will be fine. Manufactures are required to place an expiration date on all medication(s)--including over-the-counter as well as prescription. If you said it was 2 1/2 years ago, then I would have recommend that you throw it away. It is still fine. Answered by Alvina Hornak 1 year ago.

Most meds are 95% effective 3 years past their dates. Answered by Coreen Ee 1 year ago.

I think that is the sell by date and if anything it would just be less potent. Answered by Danyell Noury 1 year ago.

No, it will not be as effective. Answered by Allyn Rolfs 1 year ago.


What is best for breaking a child's fever?
My child is four years old and has a fever of 103 for the past 2 days. last night I took her to the hospital and they gave her motrin and the fever subsided for a few hours. Does anyone know what I can give her to prevent another night spent in the hospital???? Asked by Shasta Walner 1 year ago.

For my girls when they had a fever that I couldn't keep at bay I would alternate Motrin and Tylenol. When that didn't work we were in the bath tub to bring the fever down. I thinking since you went to the hospital and all they gave you was Motrin that they thought she had a cold or a virus? Just make sure her temp doesn't go real high. Hope this helps. Answered by Jamie Sniezek 1 year ago.

I definitely wouldn't overdress a child when he/she has a fever. It can be very dangerous to raise the body's temperature to high levels, especially with children. Like a previous poster, I would recommend a lukewarm bath and light clothing, and let the fever run its course (if it's not high and the child is not uncomfortable). Low-grade fever is the body's sign that it's doing its job to fight an illness. Answered by So Ugolini 1 year ago.


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