- Warning: To be used under the direct supervision of an adult
MediFrida the Accu-Dose Pacifier Baby Medicine Dispenser by FridaBaby
- Paci-style baby medicine dispenser prevents spit-ups and ensures accurate dosing by bypassing baby's tastebuds.
- Sends medicine to the side of the cheek, as recommended by doctors.
- Same familiar paci shape used in hospitals nationwide.
- Features markings for common medicine doses.
- Works with all standard oral syringes.
- CPSC-APPROVED. Only paci-style dispenser that is CPSC-approved for use as a pacifier.
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MediFrida delivers the full dose through a soft, familiar paci that sends medicine to the side of the cheek, as recommended by doctors, bypassing baby's taste buds to prevent spit-ups so baby swallows full dose. MediFrida is the only paci-style baby medicine dispenser that doubles as a real pacifier, so dosing doesn't disrupt baby's busy soothing schedule.
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Had to update after a month or so of use. My baby now takes medicine without any hassle at all!! This is my favorite baby item. Buy it!!!!!
When we finally discovered this product and tried it out at home we were amazed! He has been successfully taking all of his oral liquid medications without any issues for over 6 weeks now with the MediFrida pacifier.
We LOVE this and have purchased 3 !
I want to address few comments about the negative reviews that had initially left me skeptical that I now think are a little silly.
Choking: if your baby isn’t going to suck the meds out of the syringe like mine does, then you need to turn the pacifier into their cheek the way you would any other syringe because if you shoot it down the baby’s throat you risk doing so while they’re inhaling. This seems like common sense to me as you wouldn’t shoot a syringe of meds with no pacifier attached into your baby’s throat either. The instructions clearly say to point it into their cheek, which a few reviewers must not have read.
Difficulty plugging the pacifier after meds are distributed: I’m not sure what to say about this, I have a very wiggly baby and have had no issues with the attached plug fitting into the pacifier while it’s in her mouth - it may require too hands when she’s peak wiggle mode but it’s worth it to make sure she’s still happily sucking away while the meds absorb.
Attaching syringe to pacifier: some reviews say the pacifier does not attach well to the syringe but I have had zero problems with this. I always attach the syringe before offering the pacifier so I won’t be fussing with trying to attach it while she’s sucking. To attach just put the syringe in it’s little hole push and twist slightly to create a seal.
Some complain the Pacifier is “floppy”: My month old daughter uses the 0-3 month silicone Soothie Pacifiers and I can hardly tell any difference between this pacifier and those as far as firmness goes. Maybe other reviewers are using other firmer pacifiers - AAP suggests using one piece silicone pacifiers to prevent them breaking off in the child’s mouth and choking and also just in case your child has a latex allergy and this fits the bill for both of those requirements - similar to the Soothie pacifiers.