Generic Name(s): multivitamin with fluoride
Drug Class: multivitamins and mineral supplements
Treats: Nutritional deficiency
Genhemat is a multivitamin that is used to treat or prevent vitamin deficiency brought about by certain illnesses or during pregnancy. Genhemat is typically prescribed for patients who need extra vitamins, those who cannot eat enough food to obtain the vitamins or those who cannot receive the full benefit of the vitamins contained in the food they eat.
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Genhemat is a vitamin supplement. Genhemat works by supplying the body with extra vitamins. Vitamins are natural substances that the body needs to grow, develop and function normally. Vitamins are contained in the food we eat. However, there are times, such as during pregnancy and childhood when the body requires more vitamins than usual. Also, during certain illness, your body either cannot get or cannot utilize all the vitamins it needs efficiently. It is during such times that Genhemat is prescribed. Note that Genhemat may be prescribed for other uses as directed by the doctor. Nonetheless, Genhemat is typically indicated for:
- Nutritional deficiency
Genhemat comes with dosage direction on its package. Be sure to follow all the prescription directions on the label or as directed by the doctor. Do not take than the recommended dosage. In the event that you are unsure about any information, consult your pharmacist or doctor. If you are using the liquid form of Genhemat, shake the bottle well before each dose. Below is a typical dosage for Genhemat.
- Two capsules orally every 24 hours
If you miss a Genhemat dose, take it as soon as you remember. If it is about time for the subsequent dose, skip the missed dose and go back to the normal dosage schedule.
Genhemat Side Effects
Genhemat may cause varying side effects as is the case with any other medication. However, some patients may experience the side effects while others may not, essentially due to the difference in individuals' body's ability to endure the effects of the drug. While common side effects may disappear on their own, severe side effects may not and a doctor's advice should be sought. Note that not all possible Genhemat side effects are listed here.
Common Side Effects:
- Upper stomach pain
- Loss of appetite
Consult your doctor if you experience these severe Genhemat side effects:
- Tightness in the chest
- Irregular of fast heartbeat
- Bloody stool
Genhemat may interact with certain substances and drugs. Therefore, seek your doctor's opinion before combining Genhemat with other drug or substance. At the same time, avoid starting, stopping or changing the use of any medication while taking Genhemat without informing your doctor. To make the monitoring of possible Genhemat drug and substance interactions easier, share a list of all drugs, herbal supplements and minerals that you may be taking with your doctor. Note that Genhemat may interact with other drugs and substances not listed here.
Genhemat drugs and substance interactions:
- Advair Diskus
- Vitamin B12