1 in 6 New Zealand women under 45 years, may have some form of iron deficiency.1

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Reference: 1. Beck KL et al. Eur J Nutr 2013;52:467-476. 2. Goddard AF et al. Gut 2011;60: 1309-16. 3. Pasricha SS et al. Med J Aust 2010; 193:525-32.
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ferrograd® (dried ferrous sulfate 325 milligrams, equivalent to 105 milligrams elemental iron) ferrograd® C (dried ferrous sulfate 325 milligrams, equivalent to 105 milligrams elemental iron and vitamin C 500 milligrams). Pharmacy Only Medicine.  Indications: For the prevention and treatment of tiredness and fatigue associated with iron deficiency. Contraindications: Hemochromatosis and hemosiderosis, intestinal diverticula or obstruction, repeated blood transfusions and concomitant parenteral Fe. Precautions: Establish nature and cause of anaemia. Children. Adverse Effects: GI upset, black stools. Dosage & Administration: One tablet daily as directed by physician. Tablets should be swallowed whole. Iron supplements should not be taken for more than 12 months without consulting a healthcare professional. ferrograd® is a fully funded medicine. ferrograd® C is an unfunded medicine. Your patient will need to pay for this medicine. ferrograd® is a registered trademark of BGP Products S.a.r.l, Mylan NZ Ltd., Auckland.  TAPS DA1927DA-194.