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But I do question the logic of basing that decision on what’s best for fellow travelers rather than what’s best for the child.“You can call me selfish, irresponsible and foolhardy.
And before you all get started on why I choose to drag my offspring to far-flung corners of the Earth, let me explain that they have a grandfather in Fiji (a 28-hour flight) and a grandmother in Canada (an 11-hour flight). So ever since that first overseas flight with Flo, I have clutched my bottle of over-the-counter antihistamine tighter than my passport.
S., but apparently available over the counter in the U. “This over-the-counter medicine contains promethazine, a sedating antihistamine.
Usually administered on the advice of a GP to treat motion sickness or discomfort from certain allergies, it has become the secret weapon for many middle-class mothers embarking on long-haul flights.
I recently flew halfway across the world with an infant (a 20-hour travel day), and even though I'm a a pediatrician I briefly considered the idea that sedation might be a good thing.
Ultimately I decided that any potential conveniences were not worth the possible health risks, however rare they may be.
It was the looks of hatred on their faces — glares saying: ‘Can’t you do something about that dreadful noise, you ineffectual mother?