Nutrilite Iron Folic

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Can this be used by my wife ..She is Pregnant. Below is the description of the product.

NUTRILITE Iron-Folic is a unique combination of Iron and Folic acid. Nutrilite Iron-Folic provides two of the best tolerated and well absorbed forms of iron (ferrous fumarate and ferrous gluconate), combined with folic acid in a base containing the exclusive Nutrilite Spinach Concentrate.



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Verwon Says:

Is she currently taking any other supplements? Was this prescribed by her doctor or have you spoken to them about her taking it?

The reason I am asking is, because while Folic Acid or a Multi-Vitamin supplement are normally given during pregnancy to make sure the mother and baby both have enough nutrients, too much iron can be just as dangerous as not having enough.

That said, this site is not medical professionals and it would remiss of us to recommend anything on such scant information.

My suggestion would be to follow her doctor's advice on what she should take for the best outcome for both her and the baby.

You can read more about Folic Acid here and why it is essential:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Folic+Acid/­

Is there anything else I can help you with?



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Benudhar Sahu Says:

Is Iron & Folic Acid is required for my misses who has lost her first IUGR Baby after her birth.

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RAVI SHANKER Says:

Can Iron-folic (Nutrilite),Amway is adviceable for diabetic patients like me.
What are it's side effects?

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