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What vitamin medicines are there for kids ?

Hi doc, my kid has g6pd condition... does vidaylin-L syp contain quinine? as far as i know a liquid with quinine was prohibited drinks for g6pd patient.. what else or some other medicines, vitamins for infants or kids contain quinine thanks a lot....
Asked On : Sat, 13 Aug 2011
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hello ritch
Vidaylin l syrup is a immune booster containing variuous conaentration of essential vitamins.
it is given to enhance the immune system. it contains Vitamin A     1.5 mg or 5000 IU
Vitamin D     10 mcg or 400 IU
Vitamin B1     1.5 mg
Vitamin B2     1.2 mg
Vitamin B6     0.5 mg
Vitamin C     50 mg
all these vitamins are required for normal metabolism and funtioning of variuos organs.
it does not contain quinine.
anti malarial drugs contain quinine, vitamin tonics usually donot contain quinine.
i would advise you to give your kid only medicines prescribed by your physician
i hope i have answered your query
take care
Answered: Sat, 13 Aug 2011
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