1.0 Teaspoon(s) [Infants: 1 teaspoon a day]2.0 Teaspoon(s) [Children: 2 teaspoons a day]1.0 Tablespo
Infants/Baby (0 - 1 Year) Adult (18 - 50 Years) Children (All) Lactating Non-English Language NP Dosage Dosage and route of administration: Tablets: In adolescents and adults: 1 tablet a day or as directed by a doctor. Syrup: Lactating : 1 teaspoon a day. Children: 2 teaspoons a day. Adults: 1 tablespoon a day or as directed by a doctor. Route of administration: Oral.
Suggestions for Optimin Therapeutic Suggestions: Indicated for the treatment of individual or multiple deficiencies of formula vitamins and minerals, during pregnancy or lactating, from infants to old age Actions- What is Optimin used for Treatment of the deficiencies in vitamins and minerals.
Adverse Effects of Optimin Side effects and adverse reactions: In sensitive patients, vitamins and minerals could occasionally cause nausea, vomiting, rash or gastric irritation. In some cases and in high dosis, vitamin A could cause anorexia, weight loss, bone spurs, brain disorders. Contraindications: Idiosyncrasy to any of the components of the formula.