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Hi, I am new to the forum but have a few questions. I am going to be 40 soon and a mother to two boys (1 and 3). I am nursing my 1 year old son. I have the Doctor's Best Vitamin D3 5000IU and Carlson Vitamin D 3 for my boys. I take 3 softgels. I drop one liquid (400 IU) on my nipple for my 1 year old son and I drop one liquid (1000IU) on my 3 years old son's tongue. Are those numbers correct? Let me know. Good day!

Asked by  Kelly Lenis on May 10, 2017

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  •  Kelly Lenis on

    See title

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  •  IAW on

    The VDC’s recommendation for infants and children is 1000iu for every 25 lbs of body weight. So your 3 year old is probably taking enough.
    By my understanding you take 15,000iu a day. Your 1 year old gets 400iu plus your breast milk which should also contain Vitamin D since you are taking enough. He is probably getting enough under these circumstances.

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