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Enfamil D-Vi-Sol

3.7 out of 5 stars 439 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • 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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Enfamil EnfaCare is an infant formula scientifically designed for infants who were born prematurely or with low birth weight to be used during their first year of life after leaving the hospital. It is a milk-based, 22-Cal/fl oz formula with extra amounts of important nutrients compared to standard term formula to promote your baby’s healthy development. With choline and DHA, it also provides brain-nourishing nutrition your baby needs for the first 12 months.

Product Details

Size: Pack of 1
  • Product Dimensions: 1.7 x 2.7 x 4.4 inches ; 1.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B005ZIC55K
  • UPC: 885666765216 885552019447 300870866448
  • Item model number: MJ-061
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (439 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,384 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)

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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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I have to start by saying there are 365 doses in the Carlson Labs bottle, so don't let the price fool you. To get the same in the Enfamil, you would have to buy 7+ bottles, so they are not cheaper! Also, one drop of Carlson Labs is a dose (unlike the 1 mL you need for these) and you can put it on a pacifier or a nipple, and you're done. I tasted both, and the Carlson Labs one has no flavor at all and the only other ingredient is coconut oil, whereas the Enfamil drops have a lot of ingredients and taste awful. We had to wait until our daughter was already screaming to give her the Enfamil, but she doesn't even notice the Carlson Labs drops on her pacifier.
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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!
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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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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Please do not even consider giving your child this product. My son is breast fed and would take a bottle up until he was about 4 months old. We had been giving him a supplement since he was 2 weeks old. I found the vitamin D drops that are suspended in oil and one small bottle had 365 doses versus the paltry 50 in the Enfamil brand. The drops in oil worked great until he stopped taking a bottle. Then it became too hard to get the drop in his mouth and he doesn't take a pacifier either. A fellow mother told me to try this product made by enfamil. The first day we gave this to my son he turned into a different baby. He would pull his knees up and just grunt continuously. He would also grunt and moan in his sleep. His poop changed colors and started smelling awful. This happened for a couple days and nothing had changed in his diet or mine except for these stupid drops. I stopped giving them to him and the grunting and moaning stopped. I suspect the caramel color and all the other unnecessary garbage Mead Johnson is why this happened. Please look into the drops suspended in oil instead of this. I now freeze a little breastmilk in an ice cube tray and put one drop in each tray. Once frozen I put the cube in a mesh feeder so he can suck on it. He gets his vitamin D and a little relief from teething by doing this. Hope this helps at least one parent!
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December 10, 2015
Norm,
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.

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