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Composition FOR AFOL NA injection

Folic Acid(NA)

food interaction for AFOL injection

alcohol interaction for AFOL injection

pregnancy interaction for AFOL injection

lactation interaction for AFOL injection

medicine interaction for AFOL injection

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It can be taken with or without food, but it is better to take Afol injection at a fixed time.
Afol injection may cause symptoms such as flushing, increased heartbeat, nausea, thirst, chest pain and low blood pressure with alcohol (Disulfiram reactions).
UNSAFE
Afol injection is safe to use during pregnancy.
Adequate and well-controlled human studies have shown low or no risk.
SAFE
Afol injection is probably safe to use during breastfeeding. Please consult your doctor.
SAFE
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  • SALT INFORMATION FOR AFOL NA injection

    Folic Acid(NA)

    Afol injection uses

    Afol injection is used in the treatment of iron deficiency anemia and anemia due to chronic kidney disease.

    How afol injection works

    Folic acid is a component of the B group of vitamins and is necessary for the normal production and maturation of red blood cells.
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    Common side effects of afol injection

    Nausea, Abdominal distension, Decreased appetite, Flatulence.

    SUBSTITUTES FOR AFOL injection

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    Expert advice FOR AFOL injection

    • Do not take folic acid, if you are allergic (hypersensitive) to folic acid or any of the other ingredients.
    • Talk to your doctor, if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant or are breastfeeding.

    Frequently asked questions FOR AFOL NA injection

    Folic Acid

    Q. Does folic acid contain iron?
    Folic acid is a component of the B group of vitamins
    Q. Can I take folic acid with iron supplement?
    It does not contain iron and can be taken with iron supplement
    Q. Does vitamin D have folic acid?
    Folic acid is a component of the B group of vitamins and it does not have Vitamin D
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    Q. Is folic acid good for everyone/skin/health/polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)/hair loss/anemia?
    Everyone needs folic acid for good health. It is good for skin, hair, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and anemia. However, patients should follow the advice of the doctor regarding the use of folic acid
    Q. What is Folvite/ Fol123/ Folvite MB tablet used for?
    Folvite/ Fol123/ Folvite MB are the trade names for active drug folic acid. Folvite contains only folic acid which is a component of the B group of vitamins. While Fol123/ Folvite MB, in addition to folic acid also has other forms of vitamin B. In addition folic acid is also used for prevention of folate deficiency caused by some medicines (e.g. phenytoin, phenobarbital and primidone used to treat epilepsy), folate deficiency caused by long-term red blood cell damage or kidney dialysis However, patients should follow the advice of the doctor regarding the dose and duration of use of folic acid
    Q. How long can I take folic acid for?
    Always follow the instructions of doctor regarding the dosage and duration
    Q. Does folic acid have side effects increase weight/acidity?
    Folic acid may have rare side effect like acidity, while it has no known effect on weight gain
    Q. Can I take folic acid with birth control?
    Folic acid supplementation does not affect birth control, and can be taken if you are suffering from anemia due to folic acid deficiency However, always follow the advice of the doctor regarding the dose and duration of use of folic acid
    Q. Can I take folic acid with methotrexate/warfarin/calcium/metformin/antibiotics?
    Folic acid may interact with medicines such as methotrexate/sulfonamide antibiotics (sulfasalazine, cotrimoxazole etc). It has no known effect if taken with warfarin/calcium/ metformin.

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    Content on this page was last updated on 08 March, 2017, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)