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Background and Date of Approval

Ferrous biglycinate+Lactoferrin+L- Methylfolate contains the active components Ferrous biglycinate, Lactoferrin, and L- Methylfolate. It is used to treat iron deficiency, caused either due to chronic blood loss or poor absorption of iron in the body. This tablet helps in the formation of red blood cells. It may help to form hemoglobin, a substance that improves the red blood cells' ability to transport oxygen.

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The therapeutic effect of Ferrous biglycinate, lactoferrin, and L- methylfolate is to increase the body's iron levels. This is achieved due to its active ingredients. Ferrous biglycinate is a form of iron that helps to increase the body's iron levels, while others help the body absorb iron more effectively.

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Ferrous biglycinate+Lactoferrin+L- Methylfolate is used to treat iron deficiency anemia.

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Read the instructions carefully before taking Ferrous biglycinate+Lactoferrin+L- Methylfolate. Take them as directed by your doctor. Take it with or without food. This will help to improve absorption. If you experience side effects, stop taking them and talk to your doctor.

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Ferrous biglycinate, lactoferrin, and L- methylfolate can cause constipation. In some cases, it causes severe allergic reactions. It can stain teeth. To help prevent staining, brush your teeth after taking this medicine. It can discolor stool. It can interact with certain medications.


You must disclose your full medical history to your healthcare provider, including any underlying health conditions, allergies, and medications you are currently taking. This information will help your healthcare provider assess the suitability and safety of the treatment. Additionally, strictly follow the prescribed dosage and schedule and promptly report any unexpected side effects or changes in your health. If you experience any side effects, talk to your doctor. They can help you determine if the side effects are serious and need to be treated. For constipation, talk to your doctor. They may recommend a stool softener or laxative. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have other health conditions, talk to your doctor before taking them. Do not take it if you have liver disease or heart failure.

Side Effects

The most common side effects of Ferrous biglycinate, lactoferrin, and L- methylfolate are constipation, nausea, and vomiting. These side effects usually go away on their own. In rare cases, this medication can cause more serious side effects, such as liver damage or allergic reactions.

Word Of Advice

Take Ferrous biglycinate, lactoferrin, and L- methylfolate as directed by your doctor. Do not take more or less than the prescribed dose. Take this medication with food. This will help to reduce the risk of side effects. Be aware of the side effects of this medication. These side effects are usually mild and go away on their own. However, if you experience any serious side effects, stop taking these medications and seek medical attention immediately. Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. If you have any questions or concerns about this medication, talk to your doctor. They can help you to understand the risks and benefits of taking this medication and make sure that it is the right treatment for you.

Frequently Asked Question


  1. Mahmoud A El-Hawy et al, Comparing oral iron bis-glycinate chelate, lactoferrin, lactoferrin with iron and iron poly maltose complex in the treatment of children with iron deficiency anemia, [Published on December 2021] [Accessed on 27th June 2023],
  2. Xiya Zhao et al, Comparative Effects between Oral Lactoferrin and Ferrous Sulfate Supplementation on Iron-Deficiency Anemia: A Comprehensive Review and Meta-Analysis of Clinical Trials [Published on Jan 2022] [Accessed on 27th June 2023]


The drug information on this page is different from medical advice. It is meant for educational purposes only. For further details, consult your doctor about your medical condition to know if you can receive this treatment.