Folvite 5mg Tablets & Pregnancy

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chopra Says:


Hi. I'm 27 years old and after 1 and a half years of marriage, we are planning for a baby. Before this we consulted a doctor for general reference and the doctor prescribed me Folic Acid (Folvite) Tablets IP 5 mg to take 1 tablet daily. She said before planning, start taking this tablet and take it for at least 1-2 months. I wanna know what is the use of this tablet before planning and is it safe to continue taking this tablet?



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Priya Says:
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We are planning for a baby but my doctor told me to take folvite tablets for one month... What is the use of this tablet in pregnancy? Please reply.

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Jyoti Says:
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I'm suffering from Hypothyroidism. Now it's my 1st month starting folic acid 5mg tablets. Can you tell me how long I should take this tablet for during pregnancy?

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Verwon Says:

This is a nutritional supplement that contains Folic Acid, it is vital to your ability to become pregnant, carry a baby to full term, and to prevent certain birth defects.

The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, and headache, due to its potency.

Are there any other questions?

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