What is better for fever? Even doctors will say given them Children's Motrin.
Wyeth provides some warnings in Europe, but not in the United States
Wyeth stood behind the current Children's Motrin OTC labeling in the U.S. that provides no information relating to the substantially increased risks of SJS and TEN associated with ibuprofen, and the prescription labeling in the U.S. fails to adequately and prominently describe the magnitude and severity of these adverse events.
Neither label provides physicians or the patient information critical to reducing the risk of harm from SJS and TEN by identifying the early symptoms of SJS and TEN and to discontinue the medication at the first sign of a rash, unexplained or persistent fever, or any mucosal lesion.