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My baby is 5.5 month old . When should I stop giving her vitamin d3 must and multivitamin drops ? And when I stop using mustard seed pillow . ?
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Continue vit.D3 upto 1 yr of age start complimentary feed...then no need of multivitamin. No need of mustard seed pillow
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Vitamin D should be given till 1 year. Multivitamin is optional though no harm in continuing. Mustard pillow no recommendation.
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You can continue vitamin d3 drops and multivitamins drops till 1 year of age. Mustard seed pillow is not prescribed as per any pediatric guidelines. Kindly recheck its use and benefits .
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continue vitamin d3 drops and multivitamins till 1 year of age .
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Ensure multivitamins and vitamin d3 dose and frequency. and for mustard seed ?pillow, recheck its use and benefits.
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For newborn vit D I’d recommended till 1 yr age . Multivitamin you can stop if baby is doing better . In regard to pillow you can continue using it or a Rolexes with a soft pillow . Avoid pillow during sleep . Maintain supine position during sleep ( sleeping on back ).
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Continue vit D . Multivitamin can be stopped . Maintain supine position
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