- When should I take Iberet® Folic 500?
- Who can take Iberet® Folic 500?
- How should I take Iberet® Folic 500?
- Can pregnant women take Iberet® Folic 500?
- Can Iberet® Folic 500 be taken by women having menstruation?
- Can I take Iberet® Folic 500 at night?
- Can iron supplements be taken daily and what is the daily intake?
- What is the recommended dosage?
- When should iron tablets be taken?
- What are the side effects of Iberet® Folic 500?
- Is Iberet® Folic 500 safe for pregnant women?
- Will Iberet® Folic 500 cause the urine to be yellow?
- Can iron supplements cause diarrhea, constipation and/or stomach pain?
- Can iron supplements cause nausea?
- What does Iberet® Folic 500 contain?
It is recommended for anemia due to iron deficiency and an associated deficiency of Vitamin C and Vitamin B-Complex, especially in pregnancy.
Pregnant women and non-pregnant adults.
Swallow whole. Do not chew or crush the tablet.
Yes, for the prevention and treatment of iron deficiency where there is a concomitant deficient intake or increased need for Vitamin B Complex (including folic acid).
It can be taken at any time of the day but works best in the morning on an empty stomach. Have it with water.
Please consult your doctor for further advice.
The recommended dose is one tablet daily or according to your doctor’s directions.
Iron tablets can be taken at any time of the day, but recommended consumption is in the morning, on an empty stomach, or with water.
With a controlled-release Gradumet® vehicle, the likelihood of gastric intolerance caused by our iron supplements is remote. If it occurs, consume after a meal. Some allergic reactions have also been known to occur in both oral and parenteral administration of folic acid.
Studies have not reported any increase in the risk of fetal abnormalities if administered during pregnancy. However, Iberet® Folic 500 should be used during pregnancy only if clearly needed, with advice from your doctor.
Bright yellow urine discoloration has been reported with riboflavin (Vitamin B2) usage.
Iron supplements can cause stomach cramps and diarrhea in some consumers. However, Iberet® Folic 500 has Sustained Release Gradumet® Technology that helps to minimize gastric irritation.
Iron supplements can cause nausea in some consumers.
Each tablet contains 525 mg of ferrous sulfate (equivalent to 105 mg of elemental iron) in our Gradumet® controlled-release vehicle. This supplement also contains ascorbic acid, in the form of sodium ascorbate and Vitamin B Complex including folic acid.