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Hb-29 Tablet is a nutritional supplement used to fulfil the deficiency of iron and treat anemia. It contains ferrous ascorbate and folic acid as active ingredients that help overcome nutritional deficiencies.
Ferrous ascorbate helps in facilitating oxygen delivery and consumption and in promoting cell growth and proliferation, which boosts red blood cells and haemoglobin synthesis.
Folic acid is essential for the production of red blood cells, which transport oxygen throughout the body. It is also required during pregnancy owing to its function in the development of the brain and spinal cord of the developing baby.
Take Hb-29 Tablet as advised by the doctor. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Inform your doctor if you have any kidney problems. Do not consume alcohol with this medicine.
Hb-29 Tablet may cause nausea, vomiting, dark-coloured stool and upset stomach in some individuals. Consult your doctor if you notice any such effects while taking it.
Q: Can I take antibiotics with Hb-29 Tablet?
A: Before taking Hb-29 Tablet, inform your doctor if you are taking, have taken, or might take any other medicine, including prescription, over the counter or any herbal medicine, as these might cause side effects by interacting with each other.
Q: Can I take Hb-29 Tablet if I am about to have surgery?
A: Before taking Hb-29 Tablet, inform your doctor if you are about to have any surgery as the ingredients of this medicine might interfere with it.
Q: Can I take Hb-29 Tablet at night?
A: You can take Hb-29 Tablet at night, as long as you take it with a small bit of food to coat your stomach and to help your body absorb the ingredients. Consult your doctor for advice.
Q: What should I do if I miss taking a dose of Hb-29 Tablet?
A: Skip the missed dose if it is almost time for your next dose. Do not take an extra dose of Hb-29 Tablet to compensate for the missed dose.
Q: Can Hb-29 Tablet make me feel nauseous?
A: Hb-29 Tablet may cause nausea. If you feel nauseous, take it with, or just after meals. Stick to simple meals. Avoid eating oily or spicy foods. If nausea persists, contact your doctor.
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