Hydration When You Need It

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Pedialyte® for Your Needs

You may not know how many ways Pedialyte can come in handy for fast rehydration. Donating blood, occasional morning sickness, and breastfeeding can cause increased fluid and electrolyte needs. With an optimal balance of glucose and electrolytes, Pedialyte helps you hydrate and feel better fast.

Donating Blood

Rehydration may be needed for blood donation. Pedialyte helps replenish fluids and electrolytes lost due to blood donation.

Occasional Morning Sickness

When expectant mothers experience vomiting from morning sickness, they lose fluids and electrolytes. Pedialyte can rehydrate during occasional morning sickness. Be sure to consult your doctor about the best way to rehydrate during your pregnancy.


Pedialyte helps replenish fluids needed for breastfeeding. Pedialyte also helps maintain hydration during breastfeeding.

Pedialyte Also Helps Hydrate During

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Stomach Bug

Stomach bugs and food poisoning are often accompanied by dehydration

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Sweating out as little as 2% of your body weight can make working out feel harder

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Increased sweating can cause you to lose more electrolytes and leave you dehydrated

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From low-humidity airplane cabins to foodborne illnesses, travel can increase the risk of dehydration

* 60 mEq sodium electrolytes per liter vs 45 mEq in original Pedialyte.