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- Enfamil D-Vi-Sol is a liquid vitamin D supplement for breastfed and partially breastfed infants.
- Enfamil D-Vi-Sol meets the American Academy of Pediatrics recommendation of 400 IU of supplemental vitamin D per day for all breastfed and partially breastfed infants who do not receive at least 1 L of infant formula per day.
- In one convenient liquid dose, Enfamil D-Vi-Sol provides 400 IU of vitamin D, an essential vitamin that helps your baby absorb calcium for strong bones and teeth*. *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
- Product may be given by dispensing directly into the mouth or mixed with breast milk, formula, fruit juice, cereal or other foods to increase acceptance.
- Enfamil D-Vi-Sol is part of the Enfamil Family of Pediatric Vitamin Drops, the #1 selling brand.
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Top Customer 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.Read more ›
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.
I am sorry to learn your son had difficulty with our Enfamil D-Vi-Sol vitamin D supplement drops. Please contact our Product Education and Safety Team at 800-222-9123 (press 1) to discuss his issues. Thank you in advance for writing this review and contacting our team.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Way too much to try and get inside a newborn, not to mention its full of synthetic stuff, I recommend the drops instead. I threw this away.Published 5 days ago by RadVan
I bought this at the direction of our pediatrician after our daughter's first well visit. She made the saddest face very time we gave it to her, and most of it would run down her... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Alex K.
This formula is grape flavored and is dispensed with a large syringe. I tried giving it to my breastfed one month old and the whole thing just dribbled out the side of his mouth. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Erica Hageman
Why on earth anybody thinks a tiny baby needs something artificially colored, full of preservatives and artificial flavors, smells like nasty cherry cough syrup and that requires... Read morePublished 20 days ago by microbes478
DO NOT BUY THIS! DANGER! Being a breastfeeding mother, I pump and feed my son from the bottle. My pediatrician gave me these drops and told me to add it once a day to the bottle. Read morePublished 24 days ago by April Lee
Very stiff material. The tong part near the ankle is cut unevenly so it seems to look uncomfortable. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Amazon Customer