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Enfamil D-vi-sol, Vitamin D 50 ml (Pack of 2)

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  • Easy to use drops
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  • Vitamin d supplement
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Product Description

Size:Pack of 2

D-vi-sol drops provide breastfed infants with vitamin d, which plays an important role in the normal development and maintenance of bones and teeth.


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Size: Pack of 2
  • Product Dimensions: 1.7 x 2.7 x 4.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B003YC3706
  • UPC: 030087086604 300870866042
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (271 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,314 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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106 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Evan on May 24, 2014
Size: Pack of 2 Verified Purchase
This review is to share some insights my wife and I have for this product in light of many of the concerning reviews meant to scare you away from this product. I will be explaining why we choose to give our baby these drops and not the ones made by the Ddrops company, which has significantly better reviews.

To start, my wife and I are both pharmacists and we take very seriously any product we will be giving our baby on a daily basis. The reviews in existence for this product are downright scary with people complaining about the bad taste and the artificial caramel coloring. We've been giving our baby the Enfamil drops for about 5 months now - we always mix it in bottled breast milk and he doesn't have any problems with it. As for the artificial caramel coloring - I completely agree with the critics and wish Enfamil would remove this unnecessary ingredient.

My biggest concern for the Ddrops is that one of the advantages is that it is only one drop of liquid instead of a whole milliliter that is needed with the Enfamil product. The issue is that the smaller the volume, the less accurate your dose is. In other words, I feel much safer giving a dose of something that is a larger volume such as one milliliter as opposed to one single drop. If a child gets a little too much or too little Vitamin D in a day, it's probably not a big deal, but again for something you're supposed to give your child on a daily basis, I'd rather do it correctly every time.

Additionally, the Ddrops make you feel comfortable with a "Mother's Choice" seal - however this seal does not mean much from a clinician's perspective. It is simply a product many people like because it is easy to use and tastes great.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Cedar on February 24, 2015
Size: Pack of 1
DO NOT USE! We got this based on our pedi recommendation for our breastfeeding daughter. I pump out and bottle feed her, so I just mixed it in her bottle. The second day she started to have horrible pimples on her forehead. The third day they turned into hugh white heads! My baby had perfectly fine skin before! Then her poop became sticky. We stop giving her after the fourth day, now the pimples are fading away. This is piece of crap!
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February 25, 2015
Hello Cedar. We are so sorry to hear that you daughter had this experience, and we take reports of this nature very seriously. Please call our Enfamil Experts at 1-800-222-9123, and select Option 3 to speak with our Product Information Team. Thank you in advance!
33 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Bryn on October 30, 2011
Size: Pack of 2 Verified Purchase
We bought and used the Enfamil D-Vi-Sol for two months before I heard about the Carlson Labs Vitamin D drops. The Carlson product requires only one drop each day, dispensed on a nipple or pacifier. There is no discernible taste and the baby seems not to notice it being used at all, whereas the D-Vi-Sol was a struggle every day because our boys protested. The Carlson is also way cheaper, per use, because the bottle lasts a year. Extra bonus: it doesn't stain clothes because it is clear!
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133 of 165 people found the following review helpful By Bonhoeffer on August 8, 2011
Size: Pack of 2 Verified Purchase
The only reason why D-Vi-Sol and Tri-Vi-Sol are still commercially successful is clearly due to the unholy alliance between big pharma and pediatricians. Our kids are breastfed, so they need Vitamin D. We tried Tri-Vi-Sol, then D-Vi-Sol -- in both cases, the babies got cranky, gassy and were constantly throwing up. I've heard the exact same complaint from five other parents. And that's not exactly surprising given all the unnecessary chemicals they mix into this -- artifical color??? Citric acid?? Artifical flavor??
The good thing is that there is an alternative that is not only all natural but also much cheaper on a daily basis: Carlson's Vitamin D drops for babies. Pure conentrated Vitamin D, one drop on a pacifier is enough -- the babies don't even notice it and we haven't had any complications with them ever since.
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28 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Rangers68 on July 5, 2013
Size: Pack of 2
I started d-vi-sol (then tri-vi-sol, then poly-vi-sol) when my newborn was one week old. The doctor said vitamin D is necessary as a supplement since I was breastfeeding. This was a year ago and now I have baby #2. I went to go buy some for him, but then I started reading other reviews, which I didn't last year because I bought the vitamins at CVS. Wow, I am frustrated at myself. I ALWAYS read Amazon reviews and thank goodness I read them this time. As so many others have noted, their babies became fussy, gassy, sick, etc, after taking these drops.

Well I went through a nightmare with my baby and at the time, I had NO IDEA what was wrong. She was extremely gassy and bloated and so fussy. She would cry non stop because of all the gas. I tried everything and nothing helped. I even recorded what I ate to see if there was a correlation. Never did I think it could be from the vitamins, but now I think that definitely could have caused her problems. I wish I had stopped using them then to see if that really was it. I didn't like that there were artificial ingredients in it, but again, with the recommendation of the dr, thought a drop would be ok. I should have gone with my gut instinct.
I will NOT be using these for my new baby and instead bought the Carlson Baby D drops, which is pretty much just Vitamin D and nothing artificial.

Just a warning to those who many have encountered the same problems as I have. It might just be the vitamins.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By liz leighton on March 31, 2014
Size: Pack of 2
I have been using this product for about a month now on my 2 month old daughter and have noticed a drastic change in her mood and behavior. she is fussy and gassy and just all around cranky. on top of that the taste of this is HORRIBLE i literally had to wash the taste out of my mouth and to think i have been giving this to my baby?!?! a whole mL of artificial flavors and colors and other harmful additives every day. NO THANK YOU!! i wish i had read reviews of this product before buying it but unfortunately it is what the pharmacist at CVS recommended! not knowing that there was a much better option out there we have been suffering through this whole ordeal with taking vitamins. i will be switching to Carlson drops and not going back!
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Hello Liz, and congratulations on the birth of your daughter. I'm sorry to hear that she had that experience using our D-Vi-Sol Drops. Mead Johnson does not add un-needed or an excessive amount of artificial flavors or colorings in our vitamin and mineral products. We strive to formulate supplements which are safe and effective, and at the same time acceptable. We are confident in the safety and quality of our products-and the rigorous testing we put them through. Our Product Information Team would like to learn more about her experience using our D-Vi-Sol Drops. Please call us at 1-800-222-9123 (Option 3) at your earliest convenience. Thank you.

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