Be Tab Folic Acid

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I am a 18 year old girl and according to clinic i am pregnant my friend gave me some small yellow tablets in a bottle labeled Be-tab folic acid is this the correct tablets and what are they for and can i take them being pregnant.



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Roy Says:

I am pretty sure that what you were given is a nutritional supplement containing Folic Acid 5 mg.

This is supposed to be a good supplement for women to take while pregnant. "Women who had 4 mg of folic acid in their systems due to supplementing 3 months before childbirth significantly reduced the risk of NTD within the fetus. This is now advocated by the UK department of health, recommending 400 mcg per day of folic acid."

You can also read more about general nutrition for pregnancy at:
https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Nutrition_and_pregnancy/­

Hope this information helps! Wishing you a smooth and healthy pregnancy...

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I wanna gain weight, will Be Tab folic acid help me gain weight?

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