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Ferrous sulfate is an oral tablet made up of a form of iron, an essential body mineral. We carry ferrous sulfate in 300mg!

Iron is found naturally in foods and helps store and carry oxygen through your blood to your organs. Without iron, you may develop anemia. When a person has anemia, they will usually always be fatigue and have a fast or pounding heartbeat, problems with growth (in children and teens), cold hands and feet, pain in bones, chest, belly and joints, and may feel dizzy or lightheaded often. In rare cases, anemia can become serious and life threatening (chronic anemia).

This supplement makes up for the lost iron levels by replacing the lost iron with ferrous sulfate.

Make sure to follow the directions on the label.

Take ferrous sulfate on an empty stomach with a full glass of water, 1 hour before or 2 hours after a meal. Avoid taking antacids or antibiotics within 2 hours of taking ferrous sulfate. Do not crush, chew, break, or open a capsule; swallow the pill whole.

Store this product away from moisture and heat at room temperature.

This supplement should only be used by pregnant women if the supplement is clearly needed. Speak with your doctor about the benefits and risks before proceeding to take this iron supplement.

Ferrous sulfate passes into breast milk; avoid breastfeeding until you have discussed with your doctor about the risks.

Avoid taking this with antacids or antibiotic within 2 hours of taking the pill.

You should mention to your doctor if you have an alcohol dependency before using these supplements.

If you have liver, stomach, or intestinal problems, do not use these supplement pills before speaking to your doctor.

Most users report experiencing little to no side effects during the time they used Ferrous Sulfate. Some side effects of Ferrous Sulfate include:

constipation, diarrhea;

nausea, upset stomach; or

black or dark colored stools.

If side effects become unbearable or concerning, contact your doctor right away.

Are there any foods I should avoid while using ferrous sulfate?

Yes! Some foods may make it harder for your body to absorb the iron supplement. Avoid these foods within a 2 hour time frame of taking ferrous sulfate; fish, meat, liver, and whole grain or "fortified" breads or cereals.

Is this supplement safe for a child to take?

This supplement should not be given to a child without permission from a doctor. This supplement should never be given to a child under 12.

What is the initial dose of ferrous sulfate?

The initial dose for an adult with anemia (iron deficiency) is 300mg to 325 mg once a day.

Anything else I should know how ferrous sulfate?

You can improve absorption rate by 48% by taking this supplement with vitamin C. Foods rich with vitamin C include oranges, grapefruit, kiwi, mango, pineapple, strawberries, raspberries, and more.

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