Iron (III) -hydroxide polymaltose complex, Folic Acid - For the treatment of iron deficiency before, during and after pregnancy and the prevention of iron and folic acid deficiency, this combination contains Iron (III) Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex 50 MG and Folic Acid 0.5MG.
Iron is an important component of iron-binding enzymes, myoglobin and haemoglobin. Symptoms of iron deficiency are chronic fatigue, poor concentration, irritability, nervousness, headache, loss of appetite, susceptibility to stress and infection, pallor, cracked corners of the mouth, dry skin, brittle hair and weak nails. , which is more common during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Advantage of Hydroxide polymaltose complex + Folic acid
- This syrup contains iron in the form of iron hydroxide polymaltose complex, which has been associated with a decrease in the frequency of adverse events involving the upper gastrointestinal tract.
- This safeguard prevents the iron from interacting with the food.
- This guarantees the bioavailability of iron after oral administration, especially in people with iron deficiency.
- Ferritin, a protein that naturally stores iron, has a structure that has been compared to the polymaltose complex of iron.
- This similarity allows iron to be absorbed by natural processes. Iron polymaltose complex does not have pro-oxidative properties
- Hydroxide polymaltose complex + Folic acid is an important vitamin for the development of the unborn child. During the first several weeks of pregnancy, a deficiency in folic acid can lead to malformations in the baby.
Common side effects of Hydroxide polymaltose complex + Folic acid
- Occasional side effects include: Gastrointestinal irritation
- feeling of fullness
- pressure in the epigastric region
- nausea constipation and diarrhoea
Precaution of using Hydroxide polymaltose complex, Folic acid
The reticulum-endothelium system stores altered iron in cases of anaemia brought on by infection or cancer, allowing it to be mobilised and used only after the underlying condition has been treated. Expert Advice for Iron Hydroxide Polymaltose, Folic Acid -
- Inform your doctor if you have had anaemia due to infection, cancer, stomach ulcers, allergies, or liver or liver insufficiency.
- If you have nausea or gastrointestinal pain while taking iron hydroxide polymaltose, tell your doctor right away.
- Inform your doctor if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or already pregnant.
- Avoid if you have any reaction to Iron Hydroxide Polymaltose or any of its components.
- Do not take it if suffering from iron overload