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Considering taking medication to treat Folic Acid Deficient Megaloblastic Anemia? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Folic Acid Deficient Megaloblastic Anemia. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

Your search for Folic Acid Deficient Megaloblastic Anemia returned the following treatments.

Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Ferrex 150 Forte oral     14 User Reviews
folic acid oral     13 User Reviews
Corvite 150 oral     10 User Reviews
Integra F oral     10 User Reviews
NovaFerrum oral     10 User Reviews
Poly-Iron 150 Forte oral     8 User Reviews
Maxaron Forte oral     8 User Reviews
Multigen Plus oral     8 User Reviews
Ferrex 28 oral     8 User Reviews
Fusion Plus oral     8 User Reviews
Icar-C Plus oral     6 User Reviews
Taron Forte oral     5 User Reviews
Corvite FE oral     5 User Reviews
L-Methylfolate oral     4 User Reviews
Hematinic/Folic Acid oral     4 User Reviews
Ferrogels Forte oral     4 User Reviews
iron oral     3 User Reviews
Ferocon oral     3 User Reviews
Proferrin-Forte oral     3 User Reviews
FeRiva oral     3 User Reviews
folic acid inj     2 User Reviews
Hemocyte-F oral     2 User Reviews
ferrous fum-vit C-vit B12-FA oral     2 User Reviews
FE C Plus oral     2 User Reviews
Folivane-F oral     2 User Reviews
levomefolate calcium oral     1 User Reviews
iron fumarate-B12&IFC-vit C-FA oral     1 User Reviews
ferrous sulfate-C-folic acid oral     1 User Reviews
iFerex 150 Forte oral     1 User Reviews
Folitab oral     1 User Reviews
Hematogen Forte oral     1 User Reviews
FerraPlus 90 oral     1 User Reviews
TL Icon oral     1 User Reviews
iron amino acid chelate-B12-FA oral     1 User Reviews
Myferon 150 Forte oral     Be the first to review it
Ferotrinsic oral     Be the first to review it
ferrous fumarate-folic acid oral     Be the first to review it
iron polysacch complex-B12-FA oral     Be the first to review it
iron-vit C-vit B12-folic acid oral     Be the first to review it
iron heme polypep-folic acid oral     Be the first to review it
Tricon oral     Be the first to review it
Hematogen FA oral     Be the first to review it
Polysaccharide Iron Forte oral     Be the first to review it
iron bisgl &ps cmp-C-B12-FA-Ca oral     Be the first to review it
iron fum & ag-C-B12-FA-Ca-succ oral     Be the first to review it
iron ag&fum-C-FA-mv cmb11-Ca oral     Be the first to review it
iron-FA-B12-C-docusat sodium oral     Be the first to review it
iron fum & ps cmp-FA-vit C-B3 oral     Be the first to review it
Ferractiv oral     Be the first to review it
iron ps cmplx-folic acid-vit C oral     Be the first to review it
Trigels-F Forte oral     Be the first to review it
iron &iron asp gly-FA-mv,min27 oral     Be the first to review it
iron bisgly & ps-FA-B&C#12-suc oral     Be the first to review it
Irospan 24/6 oral     Be the first to review it
Iron 100 Plus oral     Be the first to review it
iron,fum&ps-FA-vit B&C#18-L.ca oral     Be the first to review it
iron-folic acid-C-B12-biotin oral     Be the first to review it
iron,carbonyl-FA-multivits-min oral     Be the first to review it
Active FE oral     Be the first to review it
iron,carb-FA#6-mv, min cmb#40 oral     Be the first to review it
iron,carb-FA#6-mv, min no.41 oral     Be the first to review it
iron-FA#6-C-B12-biotin-copper-docusate sodium oral     Be the first to review it
iron, carb-vit C-B12-B6-E-folic acid-IF-senna leaf oral     Be the first to review it
FeRivaFA oral     Be the first to review it
iron,carbonyl-FA-vit C-E-B12-biotin-copper-DSS oral     Be the first to review it
Abatron AF oral     Be the first to review it
Iro-Plex (iron carbonyl) oral     Be the first to review it
iron ps-folic acid-vit B complex #16-mag-zinc oral     Be the first to review it
Abatron oral     Be the first to review it

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