Taking Vitamin B Along With Blood Booster?
Hello dokI want to ask, is it permissible to consume vitamin B complex with vitamin added with blood at the same time? Please answer thanks
Hello, thanks for asking.
Vitamin B complex generally consists of several B vitamins that are combined into 1 supplement product. The most commonly found B vitamins in vitamin B complex supplements are vitamins B1, B2, B6, and B12. Generally B vitamins are used to improve or support the functioning of the nervous system. People with neurological disorders such as tingling, numbness, or pain such as needling, or in people with muscle aches, can be advised to take vitamin B complex.
Generally rarely occur allergic reactions and side effects due to overdosing on vitamins. Vitamin B is a water-soluble vitamin, so if the dose consumed exceeds daily needs, the excess will be removed through urine. If you experience an allergic reaction when taking vitamins, such as biduran, redness, itching, and fever reactions, then immediately stop consuming vitamins.
Blood booster supplements contain iron, folic acid, and vitamin B12. This supplement is intended to treat anemia caused by iron deficiency. The formation and maturation of red blood cells depends on the availability of iron, folate, and vitamin B12. Lack of these substances results in a decrease in hemoglobin levels in red blood cells. But please remember that not all types of anemia can be corrected with this supplement. There are not many side effects caused by excess intake of this supplement, but sometimes it can cause black and hard stool.
If you want to consume both, there should be no problem as long as no reaction arises. There is no interaction effect between the two types of supplements. Please keep consuming according to the recommended dosage, no need to overdo it.
Hope this answer helps. Regards.