Folic Acid Tablets Ip 5mg

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VijayaKumar Says:


Dear Sir,
We are the same person like Deaf. Can u pls explain us what is the meaning of this tablet? As my wife is continuing to take this tablet for a month.

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VijayaKumar.



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Verwon Says:

Hello!

Folic Acid is a nutritional supplement, a type of vitamin that is vital to the overall health of our bodies. A deficiency in it can lead to several health problems.

If a woman is pregnant, or trying to become pregnant, then she needs even more of it, because a deficiency in it can cause birth defects in the baby.

Learn more Folic Acid details here.

That link will give you more details on it and why it's so important.

Do you have any other questions?

Feel free to post back and ask, if you do, I'll gladly help if I can!

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My wife has homon imbalance pls what she used to correct n conceived

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