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Can I consume All 9, Folic Acid and Encal simultaneously in 17 weeks pregnancy ?

Maam, I am 17 weeks pregnant. My first pregnancy got terminated last year. My gynacologist recommended me All9 three months back; which I am continuing till date. Also, I am diagnosed with low Haemoglobin (9.9). I am also taking Folic Acid in the form of Argitas/Arnine sachets twice a day. The doctor has also recommended me Calcium in the form of Encal tablets. My question is: Can I consume All 9, Folic Acid and Encal simultaneously. Also, I was prescribed Neogest 300 to be inserted in my Vagina . Since I am in the 17th week, should I stop its usage? Thanks.
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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All9 contains all the amino acids required to fulfill the need of mother and child during pregnancy
these amino acids help in building up of proteins

folic acid helps in preventing neural tube defect in the fetus

calcium may interfere with absorbtion of iron ,so take them at different in the morning and one in the night(preferably iron in the night so that you may not feel nausea the whole day)

but folic acid has no problem with both as far as i know
so you can take folic acid either with calcium or with iron
similarly All9 can also be taken in any combination

Neogest used to avoid miscarriages, do cause some fetal risk during pregnancy
but if your doctor thinks that benifits outweigh the risks
you can proceed with it
so talk to your doctor and proceed

wish you good luck
hope i answered your query
feel free to contact me for further queries
thank you
Answered: Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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