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INFORMATION ABOUT FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG

FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG uses

FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG is a combination of two medicines: Ferrous ascorbate and Folic acid. Both belong to the group of medicines known as haematinics (Iron supplements). FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG is used to treat iron deficiency anaemia and to prevent folic acid deficiency.

Common side-effects

1) Allergic reactions

2) Stomach pain

3) Nausea

4) Vomiting

5) Black/Tarry stools

It is not necessary for all people to experience the above side-effects.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG


• FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG can be taken irrespective of meals but it is advised to take FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG after food to avoid gastrointestinal side-effects such as stomach upset.
• Do not take FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG if you are receiving iron intravenously, if you are receiving blood transfusions, or if you have a disorder known as haemochromatosis (excessive absorption and storage of iron).
• FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG should be swallowed as a whole. Do not chew or keep the medicines in the mouth as it could lead to tooth discoloration and mouth ulceration.
• You are advised to take Vitamin C and meat products as they help in increasing the absorption of FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG.
• Products such as milk, coffee, tea, whole grains and eggs can decrease the absorption of FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG. You are recommended to maintain a minimum gap of 1-2 hours between FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG and the above listed products.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


Q) How does FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG help? A) FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG consists of two medicines namely Ferrous ascorbate and Folic acid. They belong to the group of medicines known as haematinics (Iron supplements). FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG helps in replenishing the body’s requirement of iron and nutrients. Iron is utilized by the body to produce erythrocytes (red blood cells).
Q) Is FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG safe? A) Yes, FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG is safe as long as it is taken at prescribed dose and as advised by a doctor. However, FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG may cause side-effects such as diarrhea, nausea, vomiting in some patients.
Q) Can I stop taking FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG on my own? A) FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG is generally prescribed for short term use. Continue taking FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG even if you feel better. It is recommended to continue using FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG for as long as your doctor has prescribed it.
Q) Can I take FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG with other medicines? A) Maintaining a minimum gap of 1-2 hours between FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG and other medicines is advised. However, take FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG with other medicines only after consulting your doctor in-order to avoid unpleasant side-effects.
Q) Does taking FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG cause stools to turn black? A) Yes, black/tarry stools is a side-effect of FERROUS ASCORBATE 100 MG + FOLIC ACID 1.50 MG. This could be due to loss of unabsorbed iron. However, it is not necessary for all people to experience this side-effect. Please consult your doctor if you find bloody stools.

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