nature88

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Hi,

Does anyone know if Flintstones children's complete multivitamin equivalent to Cerovite Jr. children's chewable? I have seen Rx's written for Cerovite Jr, and my pharmacy used flintstones. When I looked at both of their package labelings, they contain different amount of vitamins/minerals.
 

zelman

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Does anyone know if Flintstones children's complete multivitamin equivalent to Cerovite Jr. children's chewable?... When I looked at both of their package labelings, they contain different amount of vitamins/minerals.
They're different, per your description. However, I doubt there's any therapeutic difference.
 

StellargalS

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This kind of thing is a real nuisance. I ran into a nightmare once with a prenate vitamin under similar circumstances (i.e. this is the one we always use):bang:. I imagine simply ordering the flintstone would be a bad "professional move" these days.:bucktooth: Of course you know that it is technically a misfill which is where the nuisance lies. Although in the absence of prick people:poke: the implications are probably low. There are things you can do to technically iron it out if you prefer to. You can PM me if your interested. :oops:
 

accordman83

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Hi,

Does anyone know if Flintstones children's complete multivitamin equivalent to Cerovite Jr. children's chewable? I have seen Rx's written for Cerovite Jr, and my pharmacy used flintstones. When I looked at both of their package labelings, they contain different amount of vitamins/minerals.
Cerovite Jr is equivalent to Centrum kids vitamins, not flintstones childrens, rugby's flintsone equivalent is chewable vite and chewable vite with iron.