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    Mommy's Bliss Multivitamin Organic Drops
    Health and Beauty (Bliss by Mom)


    Bliss by Mom


    List Price: $12.99
    Price: $11.98
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    • USDA Certified Organic ingredients: All vitamins derived from organic fruits or plants
    • NO dairy, gluten, soy or nuts; NO artificial flavors or colors; NO additives or parabens
    • Essential vitamins including A, B, C, D & E - Provides daily amount of vitamin C & D as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics
    • Small serving size: 1ml with dropper (included); 30-day supply; no refrigeration required
    • Natural grape flavor babies prefer - For babies 2 months +

    NovaFerrum Multivitamin with Iron Supplement for Infants and Toddlers 50 mL
    Health and Beauty (Gensavis Pharmaceuticals, LLC)


    Gensavis Pharmaceuticals, LLC


    List Price: $17.85
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    • Delivers 100% of the Daily Value of 8 essential vitamins and minerals, including vitamins A, B and D
    • Free of sugar, alcohol, dye, lactose, gluten, peanuts, tree nuts, corn, dairy, parabens, and soy. Kosher and Vegan Verified
    • Great Tasting Multivitamin with Iron Supplement Naturally Sweetened Raspberry Grape Flavor
    • No Iron Salts, NovaFerrum's main ingredient is of a polysaccharide-iron complex.
    • For Infants & Children Under 4 Years of Age

FDA warns of potential contamination of products manufactured by PharmaTech

The regulatory agency said the liquid drugs and dietary supplement products produced by the Davie, Florida-based manufacturer could be potentially contaminated with the bacteria Burkholderia cepacia, which could cause severe patient infection.

The products that have been recalled include liquid docusate sodium drugs (stool softeners) as well as various dietary supplements including liquid vitamin D drops and liquid multivitamins marketed for infants and children.

“B. cepacia poses a serious threat to vulnerable patients, including infants and young children who still have developing immune systems,” FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D., said in a statement . “These products were distributed nationwide to retailers, health care facilities, pharmacies and sold online—making it important that parents, patients and health care providers be made aware of the potential risk and immediately stop using these products.”

The Leader products that have been recalled are Liquid Multivitamin Supplement for Infants and Toddlers along with Liquid Vitamin D Supplement for Breastfed Infants.

are multivitamin drops good 4a 5 month old baby who is on lactogen.?

i have started giving vysneral drops to my baby as she is very weak.


1-If your baby seems weak or listless please take her to the doctor ASAP
2-I am not familiar with lactogen, but I am assuming its infant formula which means it should contain all the necessary vitamins and minerals-the vitamin drops are suggested


There is no reason to give vitamin drops to a baby.

If you are formula feeding, it contains anything that is in the vitamin drops that your baby needs.

If you are breastfeeding, it contains everything that your baby needs

Is it okay to give ascorbic acid(in drops) when at the same time giving a multivitamin (in drops) also?

I have a 3 month old baby boy. I've been doing this eversince, but a relative told me to stop giving him until he is a year old to protect his stomach. How will I deal w/ this?


Ask your doctor how much vitamin C he needs.
He needs some to metabolize iron - especially if he is prone to anemia.
If he has loose stools often, thats a sure sign he is getting too much vitamin c (ascorbic acid)....

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Ask your doctor how much vitamin C he needs.
He needs some to metabolize iron - especially if he is prone to anemia.
If he has loose stools often, thats a sure sign he is getting too much vitamin c (ascorbic acid)....

Your