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FOLGARD 2.2MG ## Hello, I hope you are having a wonderful day. I'm not exactly sure what information you were trying to get with your post so I will simply provide you with as much information as I can and go from there. FOLGARD is a vitamin supplement which aids overall health of the body and mind. Below is some information provided by the National Institute of Health. Active Ingredients: - Cholecalciferol 2000 [iu] - Riboflavin 0.32 Mg - Pyridoxine 12 Mg - Folic Acid 800 Ug - Cyanocobalamin 120 Ug - Calcium 40 Mg - Phosphorus 31 Mg Inactive Ingredients: - Microcrystalline Cellulose - Sodium Glycolate - Modified Corn Starch - Hypromellose - Sucrose - Stearic Acid - Titanium Dioxide - Magnesium Stearate - Polyethylene Glycol, Unspecified - Sodium Ascorbate - Sodium Citrate, Unspecif...

white oblong pill 155

A large white oblong pill. 155 on one side US on the other ## I have a large oblong pill with H on one side and 155 On the other what might it be ## The tablet with the U S 155 on it is called Folgard, it is a multivitamin/mineral supplement. It is manufactured by Upsher Smith. NDC code: 0245-0155 The FDA warns that it may cause nausea, and constipation, due to its potency. Red, I couldn't find anything that matches that description. Can you please double check the imprint and post back? Thank you!


I've been taking folgard for 3 years. I just realized that the pharmacist gave me folbic. I know they're both folic acid plus other vitamins. Are they exactly the same? ## They are listed as being interchangeable. The FDA warns that they may cause nausea, and diarrhea in some people, due to their potency. Are there any questions I can help with?

Fa Cyanocob Pyridoxine

Is Fa Cyanocob Pyridoxine the same as folgard? ## From what I could gather, the answer to your question is yes. Folgard contains a combination of folic acid (Fa), vitamins B-6 (Pyridoxine) and B-12 (Cyanocobalamin). This Folic Acid Complex is a dietary supplement regarded as a "healthy heart formula" You can learn more about this drug on the page for Folic Acid Details I hope this helps!

folgard RX 22mg25mg1 mg tab

what is this drug and what is it used foraccount ## Folgard is a nutritonal supplement that contains Folic Acid, Vitamin B6 and Vitamin B12. It is used to treat or prevent a deficiency in these vital nutrients. Are there any questions or comments? ## Is there an error on the description of Folgard RX? Instead of Folgard RX 22mg25mg1mg tablet, should it be Folgard RX 2.2mg? This is most important to me as I am looking for the correct generic for Folgard RX2.2mg25mg1mg tablets. I believe you are missing the decimal point in your description.


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