Hema-fer (Iron Supplement) is an over-the-counter iron supplement used to prevent iron deficiency and anemia (low red blood cells). Hema-fer is a heme iron polypeptide naturally from bovine sources which is easily absorbed and well tolerated. Hema-fer can be taken with or without food. It may require a few weeks to take effects. Follow the instructions on the label.
CanadianPharmacyKing.com supplies brand Hema-fer comes from Canada and it is manufactured by Vancpharm in Canada. It is available in a dosage of 60 mg. Hema-Fer is packed in 30 tablets per bottle. There is no generic equivalent of Hema-fer.
VANC has ensured Hema-Fer is gluten-free
, and does not contain peanuts, hydrogenated vegetable oil (HVO), pork, and many other key allergens.
Hema-Fer Side Effects
The common side effects of Hema-Fer may include black stools, constipation, diarrhea, indigestion, stomach cramps, etc. If any of these effects get worsen, please notify your doctor promptly.
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