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Infant diagnosed with g6pd, has low appetite. Is Mosegor safe for the baby?

good day! my baby boy has g6pd, just turning now 7 months. until now i used to breastfed and mix with powder, i just want to ask what is the best milk formula for g6pd because he has no appettite and he can only finish at least 4oz. and i would like to ask the best vitamins , and i´m planning to give him a MOSEGOR is this safe for g6pd baby?´ thanks alot!
Asked On : Fri, 5 Oct 2012
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Try to give breast feeds as long as possible.other normal cowscmilk based formula are OK.There s nothing called the best formula- all are same and almost have the same calorie and protein structure!Regarding mosegar,no need o gve any appetite stimulant in ths small baby.try different kinds of semisolids now,mshed ptato,boiled apple,etc.the baby at 7 months is more interested in the surroundings ndvnsturally the a petite will be apparently less.All the best
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