Side Effects When Taking Supplements When Planning A Pregnancy?
Hello, I’m taking folamil genio for a pregnancy program at the recommendation of my friend. But my menstrual cycle is getting long. Usually my menses a maximum of 8 days have been completed. It’s been 12 days now and it’s still not done. Is there any effect from the Folamil? Should I continue taking the folamil or should I stop it for a while?
Folamil genio is a supplement on the market that is generally given to pregnant and lactating women. Giving during the pregnancy program can be given but preferably on the advice of your obstetrician.
Folamil Genio contains many important supplements such as folic acid, vitamins A and B, vitamin D, calcium, DHA and ARA, vitamin K and iron which generally increase the needs of pregnant and lactating women.
Of the many supplements, folamil genio has no reported side effects on menstrual cycle disorders. Some of the reported side effects are nausea and allergies to the components of the drug, causing itching, redness or even tightness.
But in other research sources, high doses of DHA and EPA can cause the blood to become thinner due to the effect of DHA and EPA on blood platelet aggregation (thickness) (causing platelet aggregation to decrease), this condition may be related to your complaint. But of course this is only a hypothesis or provisional conjecture. Confirmation of your condition can only be done after a medical examination and physical tests directly to your doctor. The doctor can provide a thorough examination and medical tests such as blood tests to determine the source of the complaint.
This supplement is not recommended for certain medical conditions such as kidney or liver failure, thyroid disorders, hypervitaminosis and cancer.
Your menstrual disorders where the cycle lengthens are usually caused by the influence of =
Stress and fatigue.
Blood clotting disorders.
Myoma or other fibroid tissue.
Use of family planning, especially the type of IUd.
This condition should be checked by your gynecologist. With a careful examination, you can determine the source of the problem and provide appropriate treatment.
Do regular exercise, manage stress and meet the needs of balanced nutrition. Take your medication as directed on the label or on the advice of your doctor. You can stop the drug temporarily or follow the advice of a doctor who examines you further.
I hope this helps.