Sangobion Side Effects

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is that sangobion is good for anxiety

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Verwon Says:
 
Sangobion is a nutritional supplement, it contains:

Cyanocobalamin, Folic Acid, Manganese, Copper, Pyridoxone, Biotin, Nicotinamide, Riboflavin Thiamine and Ferrous Gluconate.

Thus, it is actually not proven to help with anything.

Has your doctor advised you to use it?

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Vitamin/­

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Sam Says:
 
Is it ok to take sangobion eventhough i havent checked if I'm anemic or not? I'm under a lot of stress lately and everytime I have my monthly period I tend to get dizzy. My mom and my sister are taking this vits as prescribed by their gyne. Hope you can help me with this. Thinking of buying one... Thanks!

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Bea Says:
 
im a mom for a 2 and a half year old daughter, it says in the adds that sangobion is best for mommies like me, also, my red blood cells are low. after i gave birth to my daughter my physical apperance is not that good, i have a pale color and a pale lips. i regularly take my pills. is it ok for me to take sangobion?

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hafiz g Says:
 
i am 25 year old male my blood test report tell that i have anemia someone suggest me to take sangobion please tell me what should i do or this medicine is right one for me
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Mindy Says:
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Hi. I am 48 years old and i am a thalassemia carrier. Can i take sangobion (old packing white box)? I always have a low blood count and i am under stress as well.

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Micka Says:
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I am 42 years old and a mother of two kiddos. When the night comes i tend to feel a bit nervous and i constantly ask myself why I can't sleep at night. But when i spoke with my friend about my problem she told me to take Sangobion, so i rushed out to buy Sangobion and on that night i feel asleep easily...

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