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How much Zofran do I give my 2-year-old?

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The first thing that I would like to ask is "Why are you giving a 2-year-old Zofran?" Zofran is a medication that is used to help nausea with chemotherapy. I hope you are not giving a child a medication that you had "handy" in the medicine cabinet. Remember, you should not give anyone medication that was not prescribed for them and children are not "little adults."

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