Taking vitamin b plus folic acid and iron can easily to conceive? Thank you

No but important. As far as i know vitamin b6 will not help you conceive but taking Folic Acid and iron is very important. Folic acid supplements reduces the risk of birth defects in half and spina bifida (open spinal cord in the baby) by two thirds. Iron is important for the production of red blood cells in pregnancy. These and other important vitamins are found in an otc or prescription prenatal vitamin.

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Is it okay to drink coffee while taking folic acid vitamin b and iron? Why after I drink coffee I feel palpitating?

Caffeine. It is generally ok to have coffe on those medications. You may be sensitive to caffeine, which can cause palpitations. You may want to consider swithching to decaff. Read more...

I am trying 2 get pregnant, so I started taking folic acid, vitamin b, ferrous for blood, been having regular sex. I ave sides nd tommy pain. Can I be?

Do a pregnancy test. If u miss ur period. Check out these link. God bless u!http://m.Activebeat.Co/your-health/women/am-i-pregnant-the-10-tell-tale-signs-that-youre-expecting/?Utm_source=google;utm_campaign=adwords;utm_medium=cpc;utm_keyword=signs%20of%20pregnancy;gclid=cng32tlzgbwcfvgvfgod3egaua. Read more...
Constipated. Probably because of iron pill you can have discomfort/ tubal pregnancy also.....See pmd. Read more...

Is there folic acid in vitamin b complex? Is it ok to take that in pregnancy?

Yes. In a vitamin b complex there is usually folic acid. The best way to determine that is to read the label. Prenatal vitamins should also contain b vitamins and Folic Acid and yes they are safe to take in pregnancy. Read more...

Has anybody heard of using vitamin b and folate (folic acid) to prevent birth defects?

See below. Folate (folic acid) is definitely needed to prevent abnormalities of the spinal cord. Ass for vitamin b, I am unaware of any birth defects associated with low vitamin b levels. Maybe one of the obstetricians on the site will know. Read more...

Iam pregnant 4w3d. And I take prontogest, duphastone, folic acid, vitamin b and when needed spazmocure. Does having cramps is something worring?

Not necessarily. Cramps, by themselves, are not necessarily a sign of something wrong; we see this commonly in patients that go on to have a normal pregnancy. Cramps can sometimes be associated with a miscarriage especially if there is bleeding. I assume you have a history of pregnancy loss based on the drugs you are taking. Keep your doctor informed and tests can be done to evaluate the health of the pregnancy. Read more...

Are folic acid and vitamin b the same thing?

No. Folic acid is a vitamin supplement and there are several b vitamins b-1, b-6, b-12 to name some of the more common. Typically Folic Acid and b-12 along with iron (ferrous sulfate) are used to treat anemia. Read more...
Vitamin B9 . No, Folic Acid is one of the b vitamins. Vitamin b 9 or Folic Acid helps to prevent neural tube defects during pregnancy and studies have shown it to be protective regarding lung cancer, stroke and cervical and colon cancer in women. Read more...

What food are high in folic acid and b vitamins?

Different sources . For different viamins. Thera are multiple types of b vitamins, B12 is present only in animal proteins, including dairy. For detailed information on sources of vitamins and minerals see this site. http://www.webmd.com/food-recipes/guide/vitamins-and-minerals-good-food-sources. Read more...