Is effervescent vitamin C good to take with iron tablets?

Citrus fruit ; veg. Make supplimental vitamin c unnecessary. Of course you'll need vitamin c if don't eat any fruit or vegetables, in which case any form of vitamin c is ok, cheaper the better.

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Would it be a good idea to take b-12, vitamin C and an iron supplement everyday?

Probably not. The only people who need B12 supplements are the rare people with pernicious anemia, who can't absorb B12 in food, or people with very unusual and restrictive diets. There's no harm in taking 500-1000 mg of vitamin c each day, but not much evidence that it helps. Men should almost never take iron. Women who are menstruating can benefit from it to prevent anemia. Read more...

Can I take vitamin C while taking amoxicillin? I'd like to take about 5000 mg. Also, it's okay to take b-complex and iron while taking amoxicillin?

Yes, yes, yes, also. It is totally fine to take amoxicillin, b-complex and iron while taking amoxicillin. I also strongly advise anyone taking Amoxicillin or any other antibiotics to take a good quality probiotic such as culturelle, jarro-dophilu or dr. Ohira's as well as sacchromyces boulardii in products like florastar, both during ; after to prevent anti-biotic associated diarrhea and replenish your friendly flora. Read more...

How long does it take to regain normal iron levels? I started at 12% of what I should have, taking supplements, vitamin c, and am gluten & dairy free

Differs for everyone. As with everything, it depends. Men may replete iron faster than women who menstruate. People with certain types of absorption problems in the small intestine may absorb less than others. Your doctor should reevaluate your hemoglobin and iron levels and decide if your dose should be adjusted; rarely, we give iron as a one time IV dose. Read more...

I have no instance and got denied for 6 months for low iron. Now thar I could go back, I have been taking a multivitamin, iron pill, vitamin C pill to absorb the iron and eating higher iron foods, but its still to low! Should I be worried? I can't really

Iron def anemia. Iron def anemia can be either from iron loss, poor absorption or inadequate intake. Iron lost through bleeding( intestinal, gynecological or from trauma/ surgery). Most of iron absorption take place in proximal intestine( duodenum). One more recently recognizable diseases is celiac disease( allergy to gluten) this can be diagnosed through specific blood work and/ or endoscopy with biopsy. Read more...