Fefol Gyne


Iron deficiency is known to be among the commonest nutritional deficiency states worldwide, with physical sequelae and symptoms depending on duration and severity. Although countries with chronic malnutrition have a high prevalence of iron-deficiency anemia (50%-80%), iron-deficiency states without anemia are frequently found in countries with normal nutrition (prevalence up to 20%).1  Successful iron therapy depends, on one hand, on correct diagnosis and, on the other, on the choice of effective iron formulations and treatment of the cause. Women naturally have a much higher prevalence of iron deficiency than do men. Women with regular periods have a prevalence of iron deficiency that is about 10 times higher than do men of the same age. Additionally, it can be shown that among blood donors it is nearly always women who have absent iron stores. The reason for this is regular blood or iron loss during menstruation with concomitant insufficient intake .         



“Nutritional Information Amount per capsule

Iron – Bisglysinate Ferrochel                                                                           80 mg

Vitamin B6                                                                                                            2 mg

Vitamin B12                                                                                                          30 mg

Folic acid (Quatrefolic®)                                                                                   800 mcg

Folate                                                                                                                     200 mcg

Vitamin C                                                                                                              120 mg





During pregnancy, women’s iron needs go up to support increased blood volume and red blood cell formation, and healthy growth of baby Low levels have been associated with increased risk of low birth weight. Preterm de delivery and other adverse outcomes.

B6 , B12 :

Helps to reduce tiredness and fatigues .

Folic Acid :

Adequate folic acid n healthful diets may reduce a woman’s risk et having a child with a neural tune defect, Supplementation should begin before conception as neural tube is formed by day 28 of gestation.

Folate :

Folate contributes to normal blood formation and the process of cell division, as well as maternal tissue growth during pregnancy, including placenta growth. The placenta supplies your unborn baby with essential nutrients the baby needs.

Vitamin C :

Supports normal function of the Immune system.

Indications : Help to treat anemia caused by iron and folic acid deficiency

Administration: Take one capsule daily or, as directed by your physician or pharmacist (must not be chewed).

Cautions : During pregnancy and lactation, please consult to your doctor.

Warning : Fefol contains iron . Keep out of the reach and sight of children, as overdose may be fetal. Do not increase the recommended dose without consulting your physician or pharmacist. If you have an allergy to any of the components of this product, do not use it and consult with your doctor.

Interaction : If you are taking any form of medication or under medical care, please consult to your physician.

Contraindications : Children under 6 year’s old and elderly people, people with megaloblastic anemia.

Storage : store in a cool and dry place, under the 25 C and in the original package .


WARNING : If you are under the care of, or receiving medicines from your doctor, consult your doctor before taking “Fefol Gyne”. Keep this product out of reach of children .