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Should folbee tab brec be substituted for virt-vite?

My pharmacy substituted "folbee tab brec" for "virt-vite" 2.5-25-1 mg. Are they the same? If not, what is the difference? ## Hello RLA, Both of these are considered to be vitamins, focusing primarily on B vitamins. The problem with telling you the difference between the two is that there are a lot of variations of both of these vitamins and so giving an exact difference would be difficult. Some versions of the folbee have more vitamin B than other versions and the same can be said for virt-vite. For all intents and purposes though if the doctor feels that the folbee tab brec is enough of a vitamin boost then I see no problem with them substituting it for the virt-vite. I hope this helps.

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Folbee Tab Brec

Is this safe to take? Ther was something on media of two ingredients in this med that had been found as unsafe. My husband was prescribed Folbee Tab Brec . I would like to know what these ingredients are and if it is safe for my husband to continue this supplement? ## Hi Molly, Are you referring to the Folbee B vitamin complex tablets? If so, I haven't read any reports deeming it unsafe to use. Maybe there is some sort of "inactive" ingredient that is causing problems? I know propylene glycol is an inactive ingredient that is commonly used in some vitamins and prescription drugs as well as beauty products (yuck!), it can be very toxic and harmful to the body over time. Also, based on my research, the version of B-12 that is used in the Folbee supplement is Cyanocobalamin, wh...

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Folbee

Folbee ordered -none on stock - What other medication can used to substitute for the Folbee ## Have you talked to your pharmacist or doctor about an alternative that you can use? It's a folic acid supplement, but some of them are proprietary in specific formulations. However, your pharmacist should be able to help you find an equivalent.

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folbee plus tablet

a long yellow/orange tablet with B082 on one side ## VITAMIN COMBINATION, ADULT FORMULA (By mouth) Multivitamins are given to people who need more vitamins in their diet. Brand Name(s):Folbee Plus, Vitaplex Plus, Premesis Rx, Duet Stuartnatal, Niferex-150, DuetDHA Stuartnatal, Nicomide, Vitacon Forte, Diatx, Hematinic Plus Vitamins & Minerals, Centrum, Centrum Silver, Ocuvite, Ocuvite PreserVision, Citracal + D There may be other brand names for this medicine. When This Medicine Should Not Be Used: You should not use this medicine if you have had an allergic reaction to any single vitamin or multivitamin. Do not use this medicine if you are under 18 years old. How to Use This Medicine: Tablet, Long Acting Tablet, Chewable Tablet, Liquid Filled Capsule, Liquid, Capsule If you are usi...

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