What Is Combination-3 And Ferrous Fumarate Used For?

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Can 'combination-3' and 'ferrous fumarate' sugar coated tablets correct irregular menstruation or boost ovulation?



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Nkyy Says:
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Can combination 3 and ferrous sugar coated tablets correct irregular menstruation or boost ovulation?

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Is it possible that cyanocobalamin ferrous fumarate and folic acid capsules could cause stunted growth for a baby's body or bones?

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