Folart Folic Acid For Pregnant

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liarenz Says:


i am 3mos.pregnant .it is okay for taken a folic acid everyday ?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Liarenz! Congratulations on the baby!

Yes, you actually need to take extra folic acid, while pregnant. It is very hard for a woman to get enough via her diet to support both herself and the baby. A deficiency in it can cause dangerous birth defects.

So, unless your doctor has told you not to take it, then you should be doing so.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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myr fabio Says:
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Hi doc i am 31 years old and i have 2monhts old pregnant.i take folic acid folart 3x a day.is it safe or not?

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sab Says:

Hi doc ... I just want to ask if its safe for me until now to take folart .. Im 5months pregnant now .. Thanks

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Cai Says:
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I have taken folart for about 3 months as preparation for pregnancy. Since my hubby is in Italy, I ensured na ready ako pag nagvacation ako sa kanya. I remember may mens pa ako nung dumating ako and fortunately, nakabuo kame kagad. objective met.

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Mylabz joy Says:
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Hi doc am i allowed to take folart folic acid? Im 7months pregnant?

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Ayaa Says:
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I'm trying to get pregnant. So I bought folic acid 5mg. I started taking it just today. Is 5mg safe for me?

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MM Says:

Yes, it's actually advisable to take folic acid 3 months prior to conception and up to first trimester of your pregnancy.

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len Says:
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Hello I'm Helen I'm pregnant for 5 mos I'm starting for taking this day what will happen w/ me when I will continue this folic acid folart vitamins, is this safe for me and for my baby?

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