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: 01/10/2009 and 09/29/2011
Me 40 . Partner to mamacolleen 33 . DD born July 2009 . Twin boys born Nov 2012.
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The drops my DW gives our DD is one drop per day, she puts it in her nipple before latching the baby on at the bedtime feeding. If you are bottle feeding you can put one drop on the bottle nipple or into the bottle.
i hadn't heard this - do you mind posting your reference? i'm taking 4,000 iu/day but will increase with good evidence! thx (nak)
Cheryl, mom to Olivia Grace (May 2009), Zackary James (Jun 2012)
both hypnobabies births
Canadian Paediatric Society that exclusively breastfed babies should be given a vitamin D supplement every day.
I take DHA supplements that has 400 IU of vitamin D. I'm darker skinned - Asian. My husband is Caucasian.
My baby is about two weeks old and the weather here theses days is sunny. It's rainy from Oct - April.
I have not been out in the sun with the baby much yet as I'm focusing on recovering and breastfeeding my baby.
Is my baby at a risk of vitamin D deficiency? Will I need to give vitamin D drops to my baby?
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