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Indications:

Folic acid, vitamin B12 and iron deficiency, which may be due to blood loss, pregnancy and breast-feeding (mother and child) for lack of food or malnutrition, and if long-term abuse of alcohol, violations of the absorption and many times hemodialysis, where the long-used drugs from seizures, or oral contraceptives. Deficiency of folic acid, vitamin B12 and iron, can cause anemia, polyneuropathy, megaloblastic anemia, nervous and mental disorders, mucosal disorders,dystrophy and spinal cord, fatigue, leg and arm numbness sensation, pallor, decreased physical capacity.

Contraindications:

should be omitted if the iron in the body and accumulates in the abnormal intake. If anemia is megaloblastic solely on the lack of vitamin B12 or folic acid alone the lack of product use is strictly prohibited.

Adverse reactions:

Iron compounds locally irritating and may disturb the digestive tract. In addition, they cause diarrhea. An isolated cases of allergy were observed. Benzidine test is positive. Folic acid. Since high doses rarely causes gastrointestinal activity, , there may be agitation, and depression. Vitamin B12. The use of parenteral form reported to cause acne, eczema, urticaria, and anaphylaxis or similar to the reaction of individual cases.

Interactions:

Antacids containing aluminum, magnesium and calcium, iron or cholestyramine to form insoluble compounds and therefore less absorption of the latter. Folic acid reduces the absorption of its use in conjunction with pirimidonas, diphenilhidantoinas, phenobarbital, carbamazepine, valproate, sulfasalazine, oral hormonal contraceptives, as well as folic acid antagonists, for example., Trimethoprim, Pyrimethamine and triamterene. Please note that these instructions recently vartotiems It is also appropriate. Iron compounds may inhibit their use in conjunction with the absorption of tetracycline.

Warnings:

WARNINGS: - Due to the presence of sucrose, the drug is contraindicated in cases of fructose intolerance, malabsorption of glucose and galactose or defeciency of sucrase-isomaltase. - Due to the presence of castor oil, risk awareness, particularly in children under 3 years. PRECAUTIONS: The high consumption of tea inhibits iron absorption.

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