Folik Acid Pyridoxine Hydrochloride Methylcobalamin Tablet

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Haresh Sanghavi Says:


Drug prescribed by my Doctor is Hosit Tablet. Formulation is Folik Acid Pyridoxine Hydrochloride Methylcobalamin Tablet.I'm advised 1 tablet per day.
When and why is this drug prescribed?How long can it be taken?Any known side effects?



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Verwon Says:

This is not a drug, this is actually just a nutritional supplement.

Learn more Folic Acid details here.

Learn more Pyridoxine details here.

Learn more Methylcobalamin details here.

You can learn more about each of them by visiting the links I've posted above.

As to the side effects, it can cause nausea in some people that take it.

It is usually prescribed or recommended to help supports someone's healthy or to treat a deficiency in one of these vital nutrients.

Are there any other questions?

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