Re: Infant Vitamins
At 3 months old, extra vitamins are just insurance. You don't need to give them. Breastmilk does have everything your baby needs. Formula, on the other hand, has more vitamins/minerals than required- and docs who are accustomed to formula-fed babies often get worried that sufficient is somehow deficient.
Around 6 months, some breastfed babies start to run low on iron, but a simple blood test for anemia can elucidate whether or not a baby has become anemic.
If your baby has dark skin and lives in a higher latitude, or is light-skinned but only rarely exposed to sunshine sans sunblock, a vitamin D supplement may be a good idea. But in general, as long as your baby gets around 15 minutes of direct sun per day, there's probably no need for vitamin D, either.
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