Folic Acid With Methylcobalamin & Dha
Folic Acid with Methylcobalamin and DHA Capsules is a drug used to treat nutritional deficiencies and prevent long-term health diseases. These supplements are effective against folate deficiency, anaemia and vitamin B12 deficiency. Health deficiencies can further instigate and develop into severe diseases, e.g. the lack of vitamin b12 can have terrible effects on the body’s nervous system.
Folic Acid with Methylcobalamin and DHA Capsules is composed of folic acid that treats vitamin b9 deficiency and helps the body to increase the production of red blood cells that are important for respiratory problems, methylcobalamin is another name for vitamin b12 which prevents damage to the myelin sheath of the neural cells, and DHA is omega fatty acid essential for growth and development in infants.
• Vitamin B12 deficiency
• Vitamin B9 deficiency
• Growth and development of the body
• Cell proliferation
• Neural development
• Production of proteins
• Formation of blood
It is recommended to consult with a doctor before taking these medications and to take these capsules as directed.
• Clean your hands.
• Swallow the capsule with lukewarm water.
• Never chew or shatter the capsules in your mouth.
Some of the common side effects associated with this medication are listed below.
• Upset stomach
Important things to discuss before taking this medication are listed below.
• Alcohol consumption
• Smoking habits
• Liver and kidney problems.
Does this drug have any effect on attention?
Yes, this drug can potentially impair concentration for a shorter duration, but there is no risk involved in your daily activities.
Is it safe to consume alcohol while taking this medicine?
No, drinking alcohol while taking this medication is not safe.
How long does a prescription for these supplements typically last?
For this medication to have a favourable effect on the body, it may take two to three months.
What if someone forgot to take a dose?
Remember to take your next dose on schedule, but avoid taking two doses simultaneously.
Are these medications safe for children?
Yes, if prescribed by the doctor.