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    Folgard During Pregnancy (preg. ment)

    Hey all,

    For those of you who know or have been in this situation.....do you keep taking Folgard when you are pregnant? RE told me to keep taking it, but I've read some websites that say there are risks and no testing has been done to see effects on fetus.

    Thanks for your help on this..trying to do the right thing and lessen anxiety

    Jep


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    yes keep taking it!!!!!! it is very crucial!!!! im assuming you have MTHFR if so your body has trouble absorbing folic acid and especially sharing it with a baby. that is why ppl miscarry so much w/MTHFR. i lost a twin pg b/c of it. plus without your folic youll have very high risks for birth defects.


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