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pnv #59-iron-folic acid-dha

contraindications

Who should not take pnv #59-iron-folic acid-dha?

Check with your physician if you have any of the following:

Conditions:

Myotonia Congenita, Leber's Hereditary Optic Atrophy, Atrophic Gastritis, Hyporeninemic Hypoaldosteronism, Diverticular Disease, Operation to Remove Stomach, Complete Heart Block, Severe Heart Block, Ulcer from Stomach Acid, Stomach or Intestinal Ulcer, Stomach Muscle Paralysis and Decreased Function, Ulcerated Colon, Inflammation of the Lining of the Stomach and Intestines, Stomach or Intestine Blockage, Kidney Disease, Serious Kidney Problems, Several Blood Transfusions, Diarrhea, Serious Loose Stools Lasting a Long Time, Diabetes, Iron Metabolism Disorder causing Increased Iron Storage, Increased Bodily Iron from High Red Blood Cell Destruction, Acute Dehydration, High Amount of Potassium in the Blood, Paralysis with Elevated Potassium Level During Attacks, Low Amount of Potassium in the Blood, Hemolytic Anemia, Decreased Blood-Clotting from Low Vitamin K, Blood Clotting Disorder

Allergies:

DOCOSAHEXANOIC ACID (DHA) FISH CONTAINING PRODUCTS IRON COMPLEX IRON ANALOGUES FOLIC ACID CONTAINING DRUGS ASCORBIC ACID (VITAMIN C) IODINE-IODINE CONTAINING POTASSIUM CALCIUM NIACIN PREPARATIONS NICOTINAMIDE ANALOGUES ZINC OXIDE COPPER RIBOFLAVIN (VITAMIN B-2) ZINC PHOSPHORUS COBALT VITAMIN A ANALOGUES VITAMIN B6 PREPARATIONS VITAMIN B1 PREPARATIONS VITAMIN D ANALOGUE CALCIUM CARBONATE MAGNESIUM OXIDE MAGNESIUM COBALAMIN AND DERIVATIVES VITAMIN E ANALOGUES

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