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06-07-2001 09:48 PM
Missy302 *shrug* Just something that came my way. friend Amanda uses her own and it works fine. Doctor she talked to found nothing wrong with it.
06-07-2001 08:53 PM
knee cole And if you get food stamps, they cover pedialyte.
06-07-2001 05:28 PM
India I would not even take the chance. The store brands have what a sick child needs. You can use the generic store brand and it is just as good.
06-01-2001 11:08 AM
Dawn I asked several pediatricians about using homemade "Pedialyte" and they said not to use it under any circumstances! I don't know how electrolytes are made, but that is the most important ingredient and can't be duplicated at home.

WalMart has a generic electrolyte solution that is $1.50 - $2.50 per bottle compared to the name brand at $5.00!
06-01-2001 11:07 AM
Kristenph I've never seen anything like this! It sure would be cheaper than regular Pedialyte. I'm not sure if this has all the electrolytes that are in Pedialyte though. I'll have to check the bottle.
06-01-2001 10:28 AM
Missy302 Quick Recipe for Pedialyte

2 quarts water
1-teaspoon salt
1-teaspoon baking soda
7 Tablespoons sugar
1 packet Sugar-Free-Kool-Aid
1/2 teaspoon salt substitute

The salt substitute and the Kool-aid are optional

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