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Breastfeeding Nutrition For Mon Vitamins
Breastfeeding is providing nutrition to an infant using breat milk either directly by infant latching and sucking on the nipple or by feeding via bottle with expressed breast milk (when baby has difficulty suckling). Breast milk is the best milk for any baby but ...Read more
Is it safe to mix prenatal vitamins, iron supplement, vitamins for bone health, with Fenugreek and amoxicillin? **not pregnant.
Strange combo: See no contraindication to taking these materials together. ...Read more
Breastfeeding. Yesterday missed to give liquid vitamin D to my 3months old baby. Is it ok? I am taking prenatal vitamins that also contain vitamin D
I am trying to get pregnant and have started taking nature's bounty prenatal vitamins specialty formula... any recommendations for this?
Overall the opinion: is No you do not need to be taking Hair vitamins while you are lactating, though any harmful effects on the baby is not immediately known. It IS known that any vitamins you take while breastfeeding WILL be transferred to the baby, especially the fat soluble ones (ADEK). Most women grow hair faster while they are pregnant or lactating anyway as part of the natural effects of progesterone. ...Read more
My baby is taking vitamin d supplements (500 iu/day) and mutli-vitamins which has vitamin d (400 iu), is this safe?
Yes: Most authorities believe it is safe for infants to take up to 2000 iu of vit d per day. See http://bit.Ly/1dc7vna. ...Read more
Absoutely!: Your system will do everything to give the best to your newborn. If you are not getting enough of all the different vitamins in your diet, it will steal them out of your tissues and bones to get some for the baby. It is difficult to get everything you need at this point just from your diet, so a vitamin is a must so you don't long-term weaken your body and bones. Take to boost both you and baby! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am breastfeeding my 3M old baby, is it safe to take Calcium Pyruvate supplements while breastfeeding along with exercising to lose the baby weight?
Not proven safe: The extraordinarily large doses of the vitamins in this product can result in high blood levels, which in turn can mean excessive levels in breast milk. The caffeine component is also passed through breastmilk. Experts recommend minimizing caffeine use in breastfeeding mothers. Stick to a regular prenatal vitamin and a healthy diet and exericse until your child has weaned. ...Read more
All natural suppleme: Must be sure the all natural supplement has safe ingredients, and then it would be ok. ...Read more
Check the label: Look for St. John's Wort as an ingredient. St. John's wort increases the metabolism of hormones found in birth control pills. If you mix the two and are taking oral contraceptives as birth control, you may have an unintended pregnancy in spite of perfect medication use. Also look for the scientific name for the plant which is Hypericum perforatum, sometimes abbreviated H. perforatum. Best of luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are Alive! Once Daily Ultra Potency Women's multivitamins safe for breastfeeding? Exclusive pumping 12 oz a day.
Yes: This is a good-quality multivitamin. I recommend a good multivit for everyone but they are esp. important if breastfeeding. This time of year it is wise to take 4-5000 iu of Vit D3/day as well, and continue your Omega 3's as DHA is important for your baby's development. See http://healthyeating.sfgate.com/multivitamins-breastfeeding-4739.html ...Read more
I take reg prenatal vitamins but I am vitamin d2 def(13.2) is it safe to take a prenatal vitamin and a over-the-counter vitamin d supplement?
Vitamin d : Yes - it is safe to take a prenatal vitamin and an over the counter vitamin d supplement. You want to make sure, though, that the supplement has a USP stamp on it. That stands for United States pharmacopoiea and ensures that the amount of vitamin d that is supposed to be in a tablet is really in it. ...Read more
Yes: In the first 9 months of life, breastmilk or formula is adequate food for the baby. Solid foods are started at 6 months of age, but they are not required for nutrition at that young age. After age 9 months, baby food intake has increased to the point that solid food becomes an important part of the diet (at which time breastmilk or formula alone may no longer be adequate). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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