Folic Acid

Any of the following symptoms can be caused by a deficiency of FOLIC ACID:

[     ]  Tongue red, shiny, smooth and painful

[     ]  Ulcers in mouth

[     ]  Red, swollen or bleeding gums

[     ]  Intestinal malabsorption, sprue

[     ]  Diarrhea

[     ]  Heart palpitations

[     ]  Swelling of ankles

[     ]  Lightheadedness, faintness

[     ]  Apathy or depression

[     ]  Forgetfulness

[     ]  Loss of appetite, weight loss

[     ]  Greying hair

[     ]  Excess pigmentation of skin

[     ]  Irritable, agitated, brooding or self-conscious

[     ]  Anemia

 

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