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If you have a diagnosed iron deficiency, your doctor may prescribe Feriva 21/7 to help replenish your iron stores. Feriva 21/7 is a non-prescription iron supplement containing several ingredients to help with iron absorption and support the regrowth of red blood cells.
Iron is a vital component in red blood cells, which carry oxygen to different parts of the body. Oxygen is used for various metabolic processes and is necessary for life.
Symptoms of iron deficiency anemia can include headaches, dizziness, weakness, fatigue, pale skin, irregular heartbeat, shortness of breath, and cold hands and feet.
Take Feriva 21/7 according to the package directions. The package contains 28 days of treatment with 21 active tablets and seven placebo tablets.
If you miss a dose, call your pharmacist or doctor for advice. Do not double up.
Feriva 21/7 contains the following ingredients:
The primary active ingredient is Iron Sumalate, which replenishes low iron levels. Succinic acid and ascorbic acid help the iron to absorb better in the stomach. Cyanocobalamin and folate are B vitamins that are necessary for the proper growth and development of red blood cells.
If you are pregnant, do not start this medication without speaking to your doctor first.
Some common adverse reactions to Feriva 21/7 may include:
FeRiva 21/7. Alpharetta, GA: Avion Pharmaceuticals, LLC; 2021.