What age can you buy folic acid?
Age is not a factor in buying folic acid and/or prenatal vitamins
Is it harmful for a pregnant woman to take one tablet of Folic Acid and a multi prenatal vitamin which has 1mg and 800mcg Folic Acid and other vitamins every day?
Answer It should be OK. Folic acid is water soluble, which means you will use what you need and urinate the rest out. My concern is why are you taking both? If you do not have a folic acid deficie...
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Is 1 mg folic acid equal to 1000 mcg of folic acid?
1 mg is the equivalent of 1000 micrograms or mcg or ug. In the metric system a microgram is 1/1000 the weight of a milligram (mg), in other words it takes 1000mcg to equal 1 mg.
What is another name for folic Acid?
Folic acid (also known as Vitamin B9 or Folacin) and Folate (the naturally occurring form) are forms of the water-soluble Vitamin B9. Vitamin B9 (Folic acid and Folate inclusive) is essential to...
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What conversion to milligrams is 150ug of folic acid?
1 mg = 1000 mcg. Therefore question isHow many mg = 150 mcg.To calculate:If1=1000 thenx= 150 so cross multiply150 = 1000x150/1000= .15 mcg.