the drug that i wonder if it is ok for men to use it.
edit: it was okay for men to use it, i just turned green.
the content is exactly as follows efenim;
vitamin a (retinol): 4000 i.u. (1201.2 µg)
vitamin b1 (thiamine hydrochloride) 1.6 mg
vitamin b2 (riboflavin): 1.8 mg
vitamin b6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride): 2.6 mg
vitamin b12 (cyanocobalamin): 4 µg
vitamin c (ascorbic acid): 100 mg
vitamin d2 (ergocalciferol): 500 i.u.
vitamin e (? -tocopherol acetate): 15 mg
biotin (vitamin b8): 200µg
calcium pantothenate (vitamin b5): 10 mg
folic acid: 0.8mg
nicotinamide: 19 mg
calcium: 125 mg
iron: 60 mg
magnesium: 100 mg
phosphorus: 125 mg
3 trace elements
copper: 1 mg
manganese: 1 mg
zinc: 7.5 mg
our government gives pregnant women a free monthly box of this drug, along with vitamin d. god bless our state. all for three kids.
the formula prepared with pregnant women in mind is preferred by athletes because it is rich in vitamins of group b and iron, which i think is a wise choice, drug or food supplement with its category in my heart.
i have often recommended it to my husband and friend who have 70-100 lira worth of vitamins and minerals among the monthly food supplement items. beyond the price advantage, i don't even compromise the reputation of the pharmacy product with the product they buy from online supplement stores.
equivalent to elevit, a vitamin and mineral containing drug for pregnant women. upon the claims that there is pig contribution in the elevit, the guys say we don't have it.
when you go to the health center for pregnancy notification, they give it free 1 box. because it contains both vitamins and folic acid, it is not recommended to use another vitamin while using this drug.