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Generic Name
Multivitamin, mineral (8)
Trade Name
Centrum advanced formula
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Centrum advanced formula
Risk Category
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FDA Pregnancy Risk Categories

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Indication
Indication
  • Composition: Vit. A (5,000 Iu), E (30 Iu), C (60 mg), Folic acid (400 mcg), B1 (1.5 mg), B2 (1.7 mg), Niacinamide (20 mg), Vit. B6 (2 mg), Vit. B12 (6 mcg) Vit. D (400 Iu), biotin (30mcg), pantothenic acid (10) calcium (162 mg), phosphorous (125 mg), iodine (150 mcg), iron (18 mg), magnesium (100 mg), Copper (2 mg), Zinc (15 mg), manganese (2.5 mg), potassium (40 mg), chloride (36.3 mg), chromium (25 mcg), Molybdenum (25 mcg), selenium (25mcg), Vit K1 (25 mcg), Nickel (5 mcg), Tin (10 mcg), Silicon (10 mcg), vanadium (10 mcg).
  • Fetal Risk
    Fetal Risk
  • The doses of Vit. E, niacinamide, B12 are above the recommended dietary allowance (rda) in pregnancy.
  • No fetal harm reported from high doses of Vit. E and B12.
  • No data about pantothenic acid, biotin manganese, chromium, molybdenum, selenium, Nickel, tin, silicon and vanadium in pregnancy.
  • Pharmacologic doses of iodine may cause fetal goiter.
  • Calcium and magnesium should be avoided in 1st trimester because of possible teratogenicity.
  • Chronic doses of magnesium may cause neonatal hypermagnesemia with drowsiness, decreased muscle tone, cardiovascular impairment and respiratory distress.
  • Vitamin K1 should be avoided in 1st trimester because of possible association with spina bifida and cardiovascular defects. Not toxic in 3rd trimester.
  • Potassium is safe in pregnancy but should be avoided in women with impaired kidney function and cardiovascular disease.
  • Chronic use of calcium may cause fetal hypomagnesemia, increased tendon reflexes and increased muscle tone.
  • Breast Feeding
    Breast Feeding
  • Unknown excretion of niacinamide into milk.
  • Other vitamins are excreted into milk.
  • With iodine use, infant’s thyroid function should be monitored.
  • No data about phosphorus, manganese, chromium, selenium, nickel, tin, silicon, vanadium and molybdenum.
  • Vit E, B12, are above rda in lactation can be given safely in women with poor nutritional supply.
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