Tesco Women's Health Folic Acid Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Vitamin 50mg
Description:Brand: Tesco / Dosage: Capsules
Newest Review: ... in jars of 90 or 120 tablets. The 90 tablets cost £1 and are also available on Tesco's 3 for 2 deal, so you can get 240 ... more
Customer Tesco Women's Health Folic Acid Reviews (4)
by - written on 22/09/11 (Very useful, 283 readings)
Being diabetic I have to be careful with things like what I eat and drink, however I also have to take various precautions for the future, one thing I was informed by my doctors was that if I was going to try for a baby I would need to take folic acid both before and during pregnancy to help with the development of the baby. I was advised to start taking it as soon as possible, I didn't want to spend a fortune on it especially as I didn't know how long I would be taking it for so I decided to head to my local Tesco and have a look at the vitamins sections, I was pleased to see that they did their own brand at a very reasonable price so I decided to give these a go. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/11 (Very useful, 311 readings)
With all the advice out there nowadays, I knew it was important to get folic acid into my body even before thinking of trying for a baby. So when my husband and I first decided that the time was right to think about trying for our own family, I went out looking for some folic acid supplments. Since, I tend to do my weekly grocery shopping in Tesco, this happened to be the first place I looked, and seeing what I wanted, I picked up a little bottle of Folic Acid tablets, for a very reasonable price of just over £1.30 for 120 tablets. There has been some suggestion that you should actually take Folic Acid twelve weeks before aiming to become pregnant, however ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/13 (Very useful, 111 readings)
As any woman trying to conceive will probably know, or have been informed by friends/mums/nurses, you should be taking folic acid supplements as soon as you decide you want to try for a baby. Folic acid supplements should be taken from when you are trying to conceive right up to week 12 of pregnancy. It is important as it has been proven to prevent birth defects to the neural tube - like spina bifida. When I decided that I would like to conceive a few years ago (which resulted in my now almost 2 year old son), these were the folic acid supplements that I took. Although I did switch to other more all round prenatal vitamins when I found out I was pregnant, I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/11 (Very useful, 78 readings)
Most people have heard how folic acid is really important to take during the first three months of pregnancy, and when me and my boyfriend started trying a few months ago, I picked on of these bottles up from Tesco straight away! I paid around £1.30 for a bottle of 120 tablets, which I think is quite cheap as my friend told me she had paid £4.99 for a bottle of 180 from boots, so Tesco's does work out a lot cheaper. You should try and take folic acid around 6 months before trying to conceive, as well as during the first three months you are pregnant. Folic acid is really important to help the development of a babys spinal cord. It reduces the risk of your ... Read the complete review
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