Folic Acid Medications

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Katy Says:

Iam trying to concieve twins. I have read that you should take folic acid. If I take double have i got better chance. Iam currently taking recommended dosage of 500mcg. Thanks for your time.

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carmo carvalho Says:

sir i have one question about floic acid .the question is any men can use this prodect pls give reply back in my yahoo id

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carmo Says:

pls i want know about this prodect if men take any problem comes

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Verwon Says:

To the first poster, Katy, no, unless your doctor has told you to take a higher amount, you should use only the recommended dosage of it, during pregnancy.

It is an essential nutrient and a lack of it can cause birth defects, but too much of it can also be dangerous.

Carmo, no, this is nothing more than a nutritional supplement, Folic Acid is vital to the overall health of our bodies. It is not specific to women, men also require it, they just don't get pregnant and require larger amounts of it.


Are there any questions?

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vanessa Says:
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Hi, is there any medication it takes to get me help pregnant...tnx

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