Pyridoxine Sustained Release

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PYRIODIC SUSTAINED RELEASE AND FOLIC ACID TABLETS B-LONG F IS USED IN PREGNANCY TIME



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Verwon Says:

These are all vitamin supplements and they are often given to a woman when she is trying to become pregnant or is pregnant to help make sure she is getting enough of these vital nutrients to keep her and the baby healthy.


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isha Says:

But i have been prescribed them along with contd. use of Butipil-28(ethinyl estradiol & cyproterone acetate tablets; an OC pill). I have been on Butipil for 3 months now for my mrnstruzl disorders. I am not pregnant and not even trying too. Then why?

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raje Says:

the half life of b-6 is about 21 days, whats the reason behind the formulation of sustended release tablet of this api

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