Folavit / i folic n santa e are better taken together or separate n are better consumed in the morning or at night it’s good, but I was able to see the doctor too the metformin drug was better taken together or separately
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Metformin is a blood sugar-lowering drug that works by increasing the body's effectiveness in using insulin. In addition to people with type 2 diabetes, this drug is also often prescribed in women with PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome).
Meanwhile, the two supplements you mentioned have different ingredients, namely folic acid (Folavit and I folic) and vitamin E (Santa E). Both of these vitamins have strong antioxidant potential, so they are good for increasing fertility, improving the quality of eggs and sperm cells, maintaining hormonal balance, optimizing the health of the heart and blood vessels, increasing the work of the brain and nervous system, preventing the formation of cancer cells, and many more other uses.
In general, no significant negative interactions are found between metformin and the two supplements you mentioned. Therefore, it is safe if you want to consume metformin and the two supplements at close time. It's just that, if you want to consume this supplement in the long term (more than 2 weeks), you should still see a doctor first. Because the needs of supplements for each person is not always the same. Consumption of these drugs and supplements, in sensitive people, can cause symptoms of allergies or side effects, such as nausea, stomach cramps, diarrhea, and so on.
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