Re: Polyvitamin Drops?
Wow, that's a new one- and a bad one.
with the PPs. Vitamin D is the only one that is generally recommended for breastfed babies, and it's debatable whether or not light-skinned babies even need it, particularly during the summer, provided they get some sun exposure on a routine basis. (Vitamin D is produced in the skin; darker-skinned people require proportionally more sun exposure to make Vitamin D because the skin pigment melanin reduces Vitamin D production, while also protecting them from sunburn.)
The only other supplement your baby could conceivably need would be iron. Breastmilk generally contains plenty of iron, but in cases where mom is iron-deficient or baby was premature, anemia can be a problem.
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