Folic Acid Tablets I P 5mg Folvite

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Nirmala sharma My age 52 Says:


i am below 50y ago women, if any problem in use folic acid tablets i p 5mg folvite deaily



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Verwon Says:

This is just a nutritional supplement that's used to treat or prevent a deficiency in Folic Acid.

There is no harm in taking them, unless your doctor has told you not to do so for some reason, such as if your levels of it were too high.

Have you checked with your doctor?

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Pavithra Says:

Hi,im Pavithra, im 24 years old my last period was 29.10.2013, after 67 days i had my period again, it was on (06.12.2013), usually i have irregular period since my 1st one. but i wanna become a pregnant so soon, so kindly advice me what i need to take to have a healthy pregnancy, i started taking "Folic Acid table I.P. 5 mg " does it really help me have a healthy pregnancy?????

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Jane Says:
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I had taken ova care for 5 days en my periods are earlier than expected is that side effect

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