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  1. ... you have a lower-than-normal amount of folic acid , a type of vitamin B, in your blood. ... Folic acid (vitamin B9) works with vitamin B12 and vitamin C to help the body break down, use, ...
  2. Taking folic acid before and during pregnancy can reduce the risk of certain birth defects. These include spina bifida, anencephaly , ...
  3. Folic acid and folate are both terms for a type of B vitamin (vitamin B9). Folate is a ... as green leafy vegetables, citrus fruit, and beans. Folic acid is man-made (synthetic) folate. It is found ...
  4. Folic acid is a type of B vitamin. This article discusses the test to measure the amount of folic acid in the blood. ... drugs that may interfere with test results, including folic acid supplements. Drugs that can decrease folic acid measurements ...
  5. ... show that an increase in the mother's dietary folic acid before conception and during the first month of ... that women of childbearing years take a daily folic acid supplement.
  6. ... type of B vitamin. It is also called folic acid. Anemia is a condition in which the body ... Folate (folic acid) is needed for red blood cells to form and grow. You can get folate by eating green ...
  7. ... Possible causes include: Environmental toxins Low intake of folic acid by the mother during pregnancy The exact number ... defect) Urine estriol level A pre-pregnancy serum folic acid test may also be done.
  8. ... myelomeningocele is not known. However, low levels of folic acid in a woman's body before and during early ... a part in this type of birth defect. Folic acid (or folate) is important for development of brain ...
  9. ... provide prenatal care, delivery, and postpartum services. Take folic acid: If you are considering becoming pregnant, or are ... at least 400 micrograms (0.4 mg) of folic acid every day. Taking folic acid will decrease the ...
  10. ... supply. It also prevents anemia in the mother. Folic acid, for reducing the risk for spina bifida (incomplete ... baby's growth. Whole-grain and fortified products have folic acid and iron. Vegetables: Vegetables are a good source ...
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