May Or May Not Provide Appetite-enhancing Vitamins To Babies 9 Months?
In the afternoon, I want to ask, may babies be given more than 9 months of vitamins so that their appetite increases?
If needed, it is okay to give vitamins to babies. Usually, vitamins in infants are given to babies born prematurely, babies with low birth weight, insufficient intake of breast milk or formula milk, or babies with chronic health problems that affect their ability to eat.
We recommend that you give vitamins to babies in accordance with doctor's instructions. When buying baby vitamins at a pharmacy, it is advisable to consult a pharmacist or local doctor to find out which vitamins are suitable for the baby's needs.
Too much vitamin intake can also be dangerous. Give vitamins according to the dosage stated on the packaging label.
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