Learn more about Polyvisol with Iron for Infants!
Are you looking for a multivitamin to supplement your child’s diet? Make sure to check out Polyvisol with Iron for Infants!
Polyvisol with Iron for Infants
Polyvisol with Iron for Infants is a liquid supplement that has 8 important vitamins and iron for infants around 4 – 6 months of age transitioning to solid foods and for toddlers.
Enfamil Poly-Vi-Sol with Iron Liquid Multivitamin Supplement is indicated for infants around 4–6 months of age who are transitioning to solid foods and for toddlers.
Instructions for Use of Polyvisol with Iron for Infants
- Shake the bottle well and fill the dropper to 1 mL line (daily serving) unless a doctor recommends another amount.
- Dispense gently into the mouth towards the inner cheek; a small amount will remain on the tip.
- To increase acceptance, mix with breast milk, formula, juice, cereal, or other foods.
- Parents should talk to the child’s doctor about Poly-Vi-Sol with Iron.
This product comes with a child-resistant cap.
Refrigeration is not required. Store away from direct light.
USE BY DATE ON BOTTOM OF CARTON.
Where to Buy Polyvisol with Iron for Infants (+ Reviews)
You can buy Polyvisol with Iron for Infants from pharmacies as well as online.
- Enfamil Baby Vitamins Enfamil Poly-Vi-Sol 8 Multi-Vitamins & Iron Supplement Drops for Infants & Toddlers, Supports Growth & Development, 50 mL Dropper Bottle (Packaging May Vary)
Poly-Vi-Sol with Iron helps ensure babies’ picky diets are being supplemented with iron!
“My daughter was born at 35 weeks, so pediatrician recommended to give her 1ml per day. I mix in a bottle of formula and she has been able to take it without a problem. I tried to sneak this in my 3 year old’s juices but he can taste it immediately and stops drinking. My point is that the taste might be an issue depending on your child.” – Sam
“Our pediatrician prescribed this for our premature infant, and it does its job, but be VERY careful – it will stain anything it touches! And so will any spit up right after taking the bottle.” – Kate
Disclaimer: The information provided on this site is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease without consulting with a qualified healthcare provider. Please consult your child’s healthcare provider with any questions or concerns you may have.