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Question: Hi My baby is 15 days old n he is 2.5 kg.... My milk is nt enough for him.. My milk is nt increasing so can i take tablets for it.. Lactcare tablet my frnd suggests me.. So i wanna know this tablet is safe to take or nt.. Plz help me

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Answer: Tablet is safe, but consult doctor,as he may prescribe formula for baby like Similac ,it's very helpful for baby growth.
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