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    Forlic Acid Problem Pls rely
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    An_246721 posted:
    Doctors say that all should take 1 forlic Acid tablet per day, bfr 3 mnts of pregnant, n continue after pregnant till 5 mnts. I'm 9 weeks pregnant now and started to take F.Acid in my 6th week of pregnant, I want to know is this oki or not, any side effects wl come r not. PLease reply.

    further i hv conceived on september month n took forlic acid on August n stopped taking frlic acid on september month n again started to take from end of d october...
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    mommyin2011 responded:
    just take it every day, it helps you baby develop properly.
    Proud mommy of DS (7/31/11) and DD (7/18/12)


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