College Dorm Room First Aid Kit
Is this your first year at College? Are you going to be a distance from home? Or are you Mom and worried that you will not be there when minor illness or cuts and scrapes happen? I have for you a list of all you need to make a College Dorm Room First Aid Kit.
Nothing in this post is intended as medical advice. These are just suggestions of items you can get at any store that sells first aid items. These are only suggestions of items you may use already and you may want to think if your student will need them based on your medical professional’s advice. Any content, image or photo are not intended to give any medical advice, just a friendly reminder of what you may or may not have on your list of things to take to college. Please contact your doctor if you have any concerns about using any item shown here for your student.
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You will want to make your own list of things you use at home or medicine your doctor prescribed for you that you will need at College. Here are a few suggestions that are on my student’s list.
***You may also be interested in my post on College Dorm Essentials Freshman Year***
First Aid Kit:
First Aid Guide:
Neosporin Original Antibiotic Ointment:
Rash Treatment Cream: (Do not be fooled by the brand)
Hydrogen Peroxide Trigger Spray:
Reusable Ice Pack:
Clorox Disinfecting Antibacterial Wipes:
Gold Bond Rapid Relief Anti Itch Cream:
Here is a list of items that are over the counter that you may or may not want to include in your list of items. Again, consult your medical professional, doctor, or your parent for the type of these items you have used in the past or may want to use.
- Asprin (painkiller)
- Tylenol (painkiller)
- Alive (painkiller)
- Cold Medicine
- Upset stomach
- Anit Diarrhea medicine
- Cough Drops
I hope this list is helpful to keep you prepared at College for any of the small problems. I am so grateful that each College has its own Health Center. Do not hesitate to go to the Health Center or call 911 if you are ill, hurt, or afraid.
Stay Healthy & Have a wonderful year at College!
Good practical advice!
Thank you so much we are starting to pack this week.