Enfamil® Tri-Vi-Sol®

Enfamil Tri-Vi-Sol multivitamin supplement delivers vitamins A, C, and D for breastfeeding babies needing a multivitamin.

  • Vitamins A, C, and D are important for supporting growth and immune system development*
  • For breastfed infants, these nutrients are often dependent on prenatal nutrition or mom's diet
  • Ask your doctor if you think your breastfed baby may need additional vitamins; otherwise, Enfamil® D-Vi-Sol® is a source of vitamin D.
Now Includes Easy to Use and Store Dropper!

Instructions for Use:
Shake bottle well and fill dropper to 1 mL line (daily serving) unless doctor recommends another dosage. Dispense gently into mouth towards inner cheek; a small amount will remain in the tip.

To increase acceptance, mix with breast milk, formula, juice, cereal or other foods.

Enfamil Tri-Vi-Sol is a vitamin A, C and D supplement for exclusively or partially breastfed newborns and infants.

If your doctor recommends supplementing your breast milk, consider Enfamil Tri-Vi-Sol multivitamin supplement. It provides 50% of the Daily Value for infants of essential vitamin A, and 100% of the Daily Value for infants of essential vitamins C and D:

  • Delivers vitamin D as recommended by the AAP and IOM, an essential vitamin that helps your baby's body absorb calcium for strong bones and teeth*
  • Vitamin A helps keep skin, vision and mucous membranes healthy*
  • Vitamin C promotes healthy connective tissue development*
  • Free of artificial colors and flavors

Ask your baby's doctor if Enfamil Tri-Vi-Sol is right for your newborn or infant.

 

*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.

 

While we can't guarantee insurance reimbursement, our dedicated staff will help parents navigate the reimbursement process.

 ¶Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children is a U.S. Department of Agriculture Program. No endorsement of any brand or product by the USDA is implied or intended.

References: 1. Groetch M et. a. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract. 2013;1:323-331. 2. Food and Nutrition Board, National Academy of Sciences, Health and Medicine Deivision. Table: DRI values summary. Available at: http://nationalacademies.org/hmd/~/media/FIles/Report%20Files/2019/DRI-T.... Accessed March 9, 2020.