Cherifer Side Effects

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my daughter is 1 year and 9 months old. my nanis giving her a wrong dosage of cherifer (1.2) supposed to be .6.



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Verwon Says:

They are a multi-vitamin tablet, commonly taken to make sure that someone is getting the right amount of the vital nutrients our bodies need to help prevent illness and disease.

The premium ones are intended for adults.

Some of the ingredients listed include: Chlorella Growth Factor, Ginseng and Taurine.


You can learn more here:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Vitamin/­

And yes, there can be dangers to getting to much of certain nutrients. I am not certain what all the ingredients are in this, so you should stop your daughter's use of them and consult with your doctor, immediately.

Is there anything else I can help you with?

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Jesus Tiu Says:

Can Cherifer vitamins be brought from the Philippines into the USA?
What is the Customs regulations on this matter?

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DIONEY Says:

VERY DISADVANTAGEOUS

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crisanta Says:

my daughter is 1 yr and 7 months old is it ok if i gave her a cherifer vitamins for 2 to 12 yrs old?

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maia Says:

My daughter has been taking cherifer more than 5yrs. and now she's turning 7yrs. old this August. One of her teacher in tutor advised us not to give her cherifer anymore because of its side effects. Early puberty esp. on girls, the menstruation & the bulging of the breasts...are these true?

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Bangs Says:
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Hi. I guess it's better to believe a doctor rather than a teacher's folklore. If Cherifer is what you're child's pedia recommended, then so be it. Doctors have higher degrees anyway, and they know what they're doing. BTW, my daughter is also taking Cherifer and that's what her pedia recommended.

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