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Many children with CF have taken pancreatic enzymes since they were little. As they get older, their attitudes toward food and tastes change. Applesauce (for mixing pancreatic enzyme beads) may not be a favorite food anymore, so new foods will likely be introduced. Try mixing the beads with ketchup, jelly, or acidic baby food fruits. It's important to let children decide for themselves.*

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Children, pancreatic enzymes, and school1

Many children will be able to take pancreatic enzymes on their own by the time they are in school. Trusting your child to self-medicate when needed can be worrisome, especially since you're not there to remind them. Work with your CF care team to help prepare your child to self-medicate. Your school nurse can help if your child cannot take medication on his or her own. Here are some tips to help make school go smoothly for both you and your child:

  • Work with your child's teachers and school staff (nurse, office staff, etc) to create a pancreatic enzyme chart based on your child's needs for snacks and meals
  • Have teachers and/or the school nurse help give children pancreatic enzymes
  • Talk with your child's teacher and get a plan in place so your child knows it is OK to get up and use the bathroom or get a drink of water if need be during class time
  • Children should keep a box of tissues in their desk or backpack in case they cough up mucus
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Pancreatic Enzymes, Infants & Children

*Source: Vanessa Carr MS RDN LDN.

Reference: 1. Data on file. Allergan, Inc.

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