Ferrograd Folic should only be used for the prevention and treatment of iron deficiency anaemia diagnosed by laboratory testing under the supervision of a medical doctor. Ferrograd Folic can be used by pregnant women, but only after the first thirteen weeks of pregnancy. A controlled release system in the tablet allows release of the iron over a number of hours and reduces the likelihood of stomach irritation
- Contains iron.
- Keep out of the reach and sight of children as overdose may be fatal.
- Do not use these tablets after their use-by (expiry) date.
- Do not take these tablets during the first thirteen weeks of pregnancy unless instructed to do so by your doctor. Ferrograd Folic may be taken after the first 13 weeks of pregnancy in consultation with your doctor.
- Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before taking any medicine if you intend breast feeding
- 30 Tablets
- Type of Product
- Active Ingredient
- Test 4
The active ingredients in Ferrograd Folic are: Dried Ferrous Sulphate 325 mg (equivalent to 105 mg elemental iron) in a controlled-release Gradumet form and Folic Acid 0.35 mg (corresponding 350 micrograms).
Take one tablet daily before a meal from the 13th week of pregnancy and for one month after delivery.
Although iron preparations are best absorbed on an empty stomach, they may also be taken with food to reduce gastrointestinal side effects.
Swallow the tablet whole with water.
Do not suck, chew or keep the tablet in your mouth.
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