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Folic acid



Folic acid,  also known as vitamin B9, helps the body make healthy red blood cells. It is also important for brain function and nerve health. Deficiency in this vital vitamin leads to anaemia, nerve and brain damage. ​Folic acid helps the baby's brain, skull and spinal cord develop properly in pregnancy, to avoid development problems (called neural tube defects) such as spina bifida. It's therefore recommended for any future mum to take folic acid before getting pregnant until 12 weeks into the pregnancy to helps the baby brain develop normally.


 Folic acid 10 mg IM. 


prices & Bookings

- Folic Acid 10 mg IM injection: £50/injection

To book this please clinic on the booking button below and choose the "IM injection" option from the list.

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