When your baby has fever, sweats or vomiting, they can quickly lose the electrolytes that help maintain fluid balance in their little bodies. While oral electrolyte solutions like Pedialyte won't stop the fever or tummy troubles, they can help treat dehydration, according to kidshealth.org. Typically, it's best to give a baby an electrolytes drink in small sips every few minutes.
However, you should always check with your pediatrician before giving your baby electrolytes, and be sure to ask about the dose and frequency. Your pediatrician may recommend a more optimal dose for your baby based on their age, weight, and cause of dehydration.
We make it easy for you to keep an electrolyte solution on hand should your baby suddenly need it. From freezer pops to ready-to-drink solutions to powdered packages, we carry a variety of popular flavors like strawberry lemonade, grape, blue raspberry and fruit punch.
Keep a kosher kitchen? Or need a gluten-free option? We've got you covered. Shop Randalls to stock up on electrolyte solutions from trusted brands like Kinderlyte and Pedialyte.