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Doctor insights on: How Much Biotin Should I Take For Fertility

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Dr. Khurram Rehman
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Fertility (Definition)

Fertility refers to the ability of a woman to conceive a child, or to the ability of a man to ...Read more


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What amount of biotin should I take?

What amount of biotin should I take?

Depends: It depends on why you are taking the supplement. The only condition that biotin treats is a true biotin deficiency. If you have this the recommended dose is 100-1000mcg. The recommended daily dose for dietary supplementation is 30mcg. ...Read more

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Im taking 1000 mcg of biotin. Should i take it with water or inbetween food?

Im taking 1000 mcg of biotin. Should i take it with water or inbetween food?

As you like: Unless you are deficient in biotin, which is unlikely, taking biotin is not likely to be helpful. You may take it as you wish. ...Read more

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How much should I take the biotin 500mg?

How much should I take the biotin 500mg?

Too much/toxic?: Daily requirement of biotin is 30 micrograms and is readily available in a well balanced diet. High doses as much as 2to10 mgm has been recommended by some for hair loss and nail growth 500mgm is very high dose and can be toxic. ...Read more

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Can kids under 10 years old take biotin pills? And if so, how much?

Can kids under 10 years old take biotin pills? And if so, how much?

Biotin: They can take it, but why would you want to give it to them when biotin is present in many of foods we eat suchbas eggs or cereals. ...Read more

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Is 5000mcg of biotin too much for a type 1 diabetic to take? And does the brand of biotin matters?

Is 5000mcg of biotin too much for a type 1 diabetic to take? And does the brand of biotin matters?

Check with your dr: It's best to let your doctor know that you're interested in taking biotin, especially if s/he are managing you for diabetes type 1. For someone who is nondiabetic that amount is not a problem. However in your particular situation, your doctor is probably monitoring you very carefully. So, they need to know all the supplements that you're taking. Then you can work together as a team! as a sidenote, your clinical pharmacist can also help you with this. ...Read more