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I always thought that vitamin K contributes to jaundice, and I believe that it most likely does, and please know that I am not being argumentative at all.
However, strangely enough, of my 3 boys only my 2nd child went without the vit. K. We didn't do all the research with my 1st son(except for vaccinations,which we did not do). Anyway, we refused everything with my 2nd son, and we refused everything except the vit. K for my 3rd son. We had planned to not do the vitamin K, but his birth we traumatic enough that we felt it was warrented.
Anyway, of the 3 boys, the only child that I had that was jaundiced, was the 2nd son, who did not get the vitamin K. Somewhat interesting. Because everything that I have read leads me to believe that vit K helps contribute to it.
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