I have try to concieve. I have take vitamin C tablets 1000mg and folic acid. .. Is it good or bad?

Good, also take... All women who are trying to conceive should take Folic Acid to reduce risk of birth defects- it's most important in the first weeks, often before you know you're pregnant. 1/3 of people can't convert Folic Acid to the active form, so i advise that form, called l-5-mthf. I recommend everyone take 1000 mg of vit c 2x/day. I also advise a good prenatal with biotin, which also prevents birth defects.

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Hi I'm taking folic acid, is there other vitamins I can take trying to conceive? Is there anything my partner can take to help with his sperm quality

Yes, many... Taking vitamins may improve fertility if you are deficient. 1/3 of people can't convert Folic Acid to the active form so taking the 5-mthf form is best. Selenium & zinc are essential for sperm formation. The herb rhodiola can improve male & female fertility. Info on nutrients for fertility is at http://www.Marilynglenville.Com/womens-health-issues/infertility/ see comment:. Read more...

I take folic acid with vitamin C with iron & zinc tablets all with each other as I am not pregnant but diagnosed as chronic anemia & depression?

Chronic anemia. There are several types of "anemia" which can be helped by taking iron and folic acid, and you might also add vitamin B. If the anemia is caused by iron deficiency, you might need more than the iron in standard vitamins. See your healthcare provider for guidance. There are more complicated causes sometimes and you need further testing to be certain. Read more...

I take folic acid with vitamin C with iron & zinc? Does that work?

Are you pregnant? Sounds like you have asked similar question before?? If you are pregnant these are important supplements. If not why are you taking them?? Ask question again with more details! Read more...

I'm taking sum prental vitamins call adult mutivitamin with B12 and vitamin c.It has 400 folic acid in it is that a good choice. I'm 13 weeks pregnant?

Folic Acid. The recommended daily intake of Folic Acid for all women of childbearing age is at least 400mcg. During pregnancy, the recommended dose jumps to 600mcg to 800mcg per day. Of course, some women's needs are different. If you have a family history of neural-tube defects, you should probably get 4, 000mcg of Folic Acid per day. Talk with your doctor about which pre-natal vitamin is right for you. Read more...