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Liquid Iron with Folic Acid for Pregnant Women

Posted by Patrick Monsivais on

Folic acid is typically added to liquid iron to help in absorption. Our liquid iron with Folic Acid is available by prescription only.

Contact your doctor if you suspect you are showing symptoms of iron deficiency. Only a qualified medical professional will be able to properly diagnose iron deficiency, iron deficiency anemia, or any other physical ailment.

A simple blood test can possibly determine your condition and your healthcare provider can explain treatment options to you. There are many options available and liquid iron with folic acid may not be the course recommended by your doctor.

Liquid iron with folic acid may be prescribed to pregnant women under a doctor’s careful supervision. Because iron deficiency during pregnancy can effect a developing baby, it is important to get the proper amounts of iron while pregnant in order to avoid birth defects. (1)

Benefits of Liquid Iron with Folic Acid

Folic acid may be needed for proper brain function and the production of DNA and RNA. It also helps iron function properly in the body.

NovaFerrum is not for everyone. Before taking any supplements or medications, consult your doctor first. Age, gender, and health history all have an impact on the effectiveness of treatment. Your doctor will be able to recommend the best option for you.

REFERENCES

1. “Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid)”. University of Maryland Medical Center. (http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/supplement/vitamin-b9-folic-acid)

DISCLAIMER

This educational material is designed to assist you in your discussion with health care professionals. It is not intended for use as the primary basis for medical judgments or decisions and does not replace personal consultation with your doctor, nurse, pharmacist, or any other medical professional.