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    Mommy's Bliss Baby Multivitamin Organic Drops, Natural Grape Flavor - Vitamins A, B, C, D and E - Daily Liquid Supplement, 2 Months Old and up, 1 Fl oz
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    Bliss by Mom


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    • PROMOTES HEALTHY GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT - Provides your baby with Vitamins A, B, C, D & E, all extracted from organic fruits and botanicals.
    • PEDIATRICIAN RECOMMENDED - Contains 400 IU of Vitamin D, the daily amount suggested by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
    • NUTRITIONAL INGREDIENTS - For babies 2 months+
    • ENSURE THAT YOUR BABY GETS ESSENTIAL NUTRIENTS WITH JUST 1 mL A DAY - Easily added to formula and/or other liquids.
    • USDA CERTIFIED ORGANIC - NO additives, chemicals or parabens; NO gluten, dairy or soy; NO artificial flavors or colors.

    NovaFerrum Multivitamin with Iron Supplement for Infants and Toddlers 50 mL
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    Gensavis Pharmaceuticals, LLC


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    • No Iron Salts, NovaFerrum's main ingredient is of a polysaccharide-iron complex
    • 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 for infants & children under 4 years of age
    • CAUTION: Prior to taking this product, as with all dietary supplements, always consult with your physician or healthcare professional
    • Delivers 100% of the Daily Value of 8 essential vitamins and minerals, including vitamins A, B and D

More kids are taking vitamins than a decade ago, but do they do any good?

Rather than giving them vitamins or supplements like Pediasure, he would rather parents concentrate on finding healthy foods their children like and encouraging them to try new things, but not force them. Remember that what they get in the food they eat is more than just the vitamins. In fruit it would be antioxidants and fiber as well.

Many parents will ask about their picky eaters, but he says, kids are probably getting more variety in their diet than we recognize. “If your child is growing normally, there’s a really good chance he’s eating better than you think.”

If not, talk to your pediatrician and do some tests to see if there is a vitamin deficiency, chronic illness or other circumstance that would make your kid an exception to the general rule that vitamin supplements aren’t necessary. For example, Abrams says, teenage girls sometimes might need an iron supplement if they become anemic.

Babies who are exclusively breastfed also might need

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)....

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