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Multivitamin to be given
Hi my daughter just not eating anything can any sort of multivitamin be given ??? Earlier for only 15 days a to z was given but she getting weak as she is teething and just not ready to eat anything pls help
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Mam, kindly mention age of the child...what food you are giving ..what about the weight gain...how did you interpret that she's getting weak.....without knowing the details too difficult to interpret.... Multivitamin is not the answer for not eating anything... sometimes as a mother we tend to feel that baby is not at all eating...consult us so that we can analyse if she is actually eating or not
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You can give multivitamin, no harm in that. But multivitamin is a supplement,  it's not a replacement for a balanced diet. It will do no good if the child is not eating correctly.
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Please contact for an consultation. There are many questions that needs answering before anything can be prescribed. Multivitamin itself doesn't help if child isn't eating properly
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Please get a proper consult so you can be given a proper nutrition and diet chart for her
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