Floradix and Pregnancy
on Mar 14, 2013
by Maureen Stephens, BS, RN
A simple test is enough to tell whether you have deficiency of iron and are suffering with anemia while pregnant. If you are, you should look into taking over the counter supplement Floradix.
Pregnancy is exciting and probably the best feeling in the world. The happiness that it brings with it is beyond words. Knowing that you are going to give birth to a baby is very special and the nine months are simply heavenly. However, you have to pay attention to your health so that your baby is safe and grows healthily. You should ensure that you eat right, sleep well, and keep stress at bay. Deficiency of any essential nutrients can be dangerous not just for you but also for your baby. One such deficiency is iron deficiency or anemia. Anemia can be very dangerous in that it can complicate the development and growth of the fetus. Alongside, it can hurt your health too. A simple test is enough to tell whether you have deficiency of iron and are suffering with anemia. If you are, you should take one of the many supplements available in drugstores. One such supplement is Floradix. It is a liquid supplement and is very easy to use. You can either purchase it from drugstores or health stores. If you wish, you can search online. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here
Now you must be wondering why iron is important especially when you are pregnant. For that, you should be aware of the fact that the blood in your volume will increase by about fifty percent when you are pregnant. This additional blood requires additional hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is produced thanks to iron. Iron plays a very important role. In fact, iron is very much needed to keep the production of hemoglobin going. If there is no iron, it is obvious that your body will face a lot of problems during pregnancy. Moreover, the placenta and your growing baby need iron. Thus, the requirement of iron further increases in your body. Any deficiency can be very harmful. Thus you should take a supplement such as Floradix, which is an over-the-counter supplement to fulfill your body’s iron requirements and to eliminate iron deficiency.
Ideally, pregnant women require 30 mg of iron everyday. You should, thus, include iron rich foods in your diet including molasses, beef, spinach, chicken, peas, eggs, liver, Brussels sprouts, lentils, broccoli, etc. If taking these does not help and if you are not able to eat any of these foods because of your food intolerances or because of morning sickness, you can always take Floradix to meet your body’s iron demands each day.
The biggest benefit of this supplement is that it caters to easier absorption. Many iron supplements come with the negative point that they cause constipation and nausea. This is because they are not absorbed into the bloodstream with ease. As a result the iron lingers in the digestive tracts and causes such problems. Floradix, on the other hand, is very easy to absorb because it is in liquid form. The absorption is approximately twenty-five percent in this supplement as opposed to the mere two to ten percent in the tablet supplements. The difference is enormous and thus, you don’t have to worry about the side effects. Floradix is easily a better choice.
If you are found to be anemic, your doctor may recommend this supplement for you. You should take 10 ml before meals. You should do this twice per day. If you want you can take it with orange juice for even better absorption of iron. However, you should not take it after or before drinking milk or any dairy product. There should be a gap of two hours. Otherwise, the absorption of iron will be affected. Your doctor will recommend the ideal dose for you.
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Ms. Stephens has spent over twenty years in the healthcare world, specializing in obstretical and medical/surgical nursing. She joined ConceiveEasy as she has a strong interest in educating and empowering women and promoting fertility awareness.