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Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Nandita - Jun 25th, 2012 7:28 am.
Nandita
Nandita
My self Nandita age 27 yrs. i am taking Macfolate from last i month regularly.
1.Does it helps to conceive?
2. Pls let me know the advantages & side effects if any?
re: pregnancy by Dr J S Chowhan - Jul 1st, 2012 9:18 am
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Dr J S Chowhan
Dr J S Chowhan
Dear Nandita

Macfolate is just an Vitamins and it can help you if you have dediciency of this. It is useful to increase your hemoglobin and specialii in Megaloblastic anaemia caused by vit B12 deficiency. The dose is 500 mcg/day 3 times/wk for about 2 mth. Maintenance: 500 mcg 1-3 monthly.

There is no any significant side effect of this medicine. Decreased GI tract absorption with neomycin, aminosalicylic acid, H2-blockers and colchicine. Reduced serum concentrations with oral contraceptives. Reduced effects in anaemia with parenteral chloramphenicol is seen with this medicice.

With regards
J. S. Chowhan
re: pregnancy by Cathy - Sep 4th, 2012 2:41 am
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Cathy
Cathy
Hi, just want to know i had 2 c-sections. 2nd c-section was done in the 5th month due pprom. Now since its a year & im trying for a 3rd chance doctor has advised macfolate for a month before conception. how useful will this be. Any preventive measures to be followed in this pregnancy. pls advise.

Dear Cathy

Macfolate is capsule and contain L-methyl folate 1 mg, methylcobalamin 1.5 mg, pyridoxal 5-phosphate 0.5 mg. These vitamins are useful for any pregnant woman.

1. Folate tablets during pregnancy always help preventing the neural tube defects. These are serious birth defects of the spinal-cord and the brain. The defects of neural tube occur at a very early stage of development. These occur even when women are not aware about their pregnancy. About 3000 pregnancies may take a hit each year because of neural tube defects.

2. It's been reported by the Centers for Disease control and prevention that ladies who are taking the folate tablets during pregnancy at least one prior to the conception as well as throughout the first trimester of pregnancy have a reduced risk of the baby struggling with neural tube defects.

3. It is strongly recommended by some that folic acid helps in decreasing the baby’s risk of many other defects like the cleft palate, cleft lip and certain other kinds of heart defects.

4. Folate is required by the body for making normal red blood cells as well as for preventing anemia.

5. Folate tablets are very essential for the functioning, repair and manufacture of DNA. A fundamental foundation of cells and also the genetic map is also regulated. Thus, enough folic acid can also be extremely important for the rapid cell development of the placenta as well as the developing baby.

6. It is strongly recommended by some investigation that if multivitamins are taken along with folic acid, the risk of preeclampsia is reduced. This may be a complex disorder due to which the mother’s and the baby’s health could be affected.

For lowering the baby’s chance of developing neural tube defect, it is recommended through the experts that 400 mcg of folate should be taken by a expectant mother every day. This must begin at least a month before a woman attempts to conceive. In fact, half the pregnancies in the United states are unplanned. It is strongly recommended through the experts that ladies of all ages must have 400 mcg of folate every single day. Some groups suggest that the intake of folate should be boosted to 600 mcg daily. The label from the folic acid tablets during pregnancy should be checked to make sure that enough supplements are now being obtained. A woman may even switch between brands.
re: pregnancy by saniya - Jan 5th, 2013 3:21 am
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saniya
saniya
i have during six week of pregnancy for what purpose its happen plz reply
re: pregnancy by saniya - Jan 5th, 2013 3:21 am
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saniya
saniya
i have during six week of pregnancy for what purpose its happen plz reply
re: pregnancy by HUTUN - Mar 11th, 2013 1:15 pm
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HUTUN
HUTUN
hi I was taking macfoleate , after that i told my doctor that this is not containing the DHA then he precribed me to stop macfoleate and start using FOL123 capsules what is the advantages or disadvantage of later which one is better .JUST one more info I used to take prenaxa (folivane) in my first baby (USA ) , does it available in india .
re: pregnancy by Renu gupta - Jun 24th, 2013 12:44 pm
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Renu gupta
Renu gupta
Sir, I have given macfolate tablet by doctor. Does it fullfill the requirements of folic acid?


Dear Mrs Gupta,

It contains L-Methylfolate, Methylcobalamineandpyridoxal5Phophate which belongs to the class of Vitamins and Minerals
re: pregnancy by savita - Aug 17th, 2013 9:41 pm
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savita
savita
I want pregnancy, Dr told take macflot and I take last two month still I am not pregnant. Please advice can take Macflot or not.

Dear Savita

Folic acid is good for female but this medicine alone is not sufficient. You should consult a good gynecologist.

With regard
Sadhana
re: pregnancy by Usha - Aug 22nd, 2013 10:54 am
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Usha
Usha
I am health an Nutrition adviser
Nutrition and Diet tips to choose a healthy diet for you and your family. Including food guide recommendations, heart healthy eating and portion control.
re: pregnancy by Usha - Aug 22nd, 2013 4:37 pm
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Usha
Usha
I am health an Nutrition adviser
Nutrition and Diet tips to choose a healthy diet for you and your family. Including food guide recommendations, heart healthy eating and portion control.
re: pregnancy by poonam - Dec 8th, 2013 6:29 pm
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poonam
poonam
I am thyroid patient. I am taking tab eltroxin .25 mg..doc told me about macfolate and clofert tablet. does it helps in pregnancy

Yes it will help/
re: pregnancy by priyanka - Jan 15th, 2014 11:16 pm
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priyanka
priyanka
i do not want pregnancy til three to four month and doctor suggest me to take macfolate capsule. should i take this capsule and is there any harmful ?

It is Vitamin and helpful in pregnancy.
re: pregnancy by Pavithra Sharma - Mar 3rd, 2014 11:51 am
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Pavithra Sharma
Pavithra Sharma
Hi, im in 7th week, im taking Macfolate, doxinate & folic acid table after the breakfast and again im taking sustane 200 & folic acid at night (after dinner)

i want to know is there any side effect by taking these tables, im worried pls let me know.

Dear Mrs Sharma

There is no any side effect for folic acid but you should take it with advice from your gynecologist.
re: pregnancy by Ritu Mathur - Jan 15th, 2015 12:33 am
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Ritu Mathur
Ritu Mathur
Hi I am 26 years old and taking Macfolate since October,2014 and it is my continuous forth month that i have been taking that medicine. My doctor advised me to get my Follicular study and HSG done. Hsg is fine however Follicular study says that the ovulation is very slow and advised me to take Glyciphage..
Please advise i really want to be pregnent at this point of time. Please me in getting pregnent.

Thanks alot for your help in advance.

Dear Ritu
You have not mentioned when you got married. If you are continuously staying with your husband atleast for a year and not getting pregnant then you need to consult an IVF specialist. She will examine you and your husband and may advice for some tests.

Thanks
With Regards
Dr J S Chowhan
re: pregnancy by mrs nitish arora - Dec 8th, 2016 8:59 pm
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mrs nitish  arora
mrs nitish arora
Hi, i want to know I have given macfolate tablet by doctor' is there any side effect by taking these tables or not? I want concieve baby as early as possible let me know its really helpful to get pregnant.




Dear Mrs Nitish Arora

Macfolate contains methycobalamine and the methylfolate. They are the vitamin tablet which are for the well being of the baby. They are not for getting pregnant but they are for the well being of the baby so you can take them and they will not have any side effect.
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