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Infant fluoride and the OptiDoseŽ dropper - by Ray Grogan

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Your baby will grow. Most double their birth weight in the first six months. (Your pediatrician will give you a much more detailed growth chart for your baby. This one just shows the average.) The tricky part for fluoride is keeping the dose correct even though your baby's weight is changing so much.