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I've used both of them with my other kids. It's always seemed like tylenol works better on fevers for us. My two older kids never had much teething pain so I didn't give them anything for that, but I have a feeling Linc may be different so I guess I'll try them both and see which one works best.
I was never a tynelol fan, however when my 14 year old DD was in the emergency room right before Xmas, they gave her tynelol and it worked wonders......
I was always a mortin fan however my pedi tells me that the store brand ibruprofen is the same exact thing plus over the years there are always recalls on name brand OTC meds......so I buy CVS brand Ibruprofen. I got Infant Advil (same as motrin) as a gift while pregant (it was stuffed in my diaper bag which I got as a gift among many other items), so I will prob use that first since I have it (as long as the exp date is good of course), after that I will stick with CVS Ibruprofen.
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