What should I know before taking Multi Vitamin Concentrate?

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Before receiving Multi Vitamin Concentrate, you should know that it is a liquid containing vitamins that is given to you through an IV when you cannot eat. Children younger than 11 years old should not receive Multi Vitamin Concentrate, as it is currently unknown whether it is safe in this population. Your doctor may not prescribe it to you if you are sensitive to any of the vitamins it contains (vitamins A, D, E, K, C, B2, B1, B6, B12, niacinamide, dexpanthenol, biotin, and folic acid). Additionally, if you have megaloblastic anemia, the ingredients in Multi Vitamin Concentrate could mask your symptoms. If you have improperly functioning kidneys, your doctor may not give Multi Vitamin Concentrate to you for a long period of time, as you could end up with a toxic amount of aluminum in your system.

Multi Vitamin Concentrate may interact with other medicines you are taking. Your doctor will need to weigh the pros and cons of each treatment in order to determine the best course of action. Drugs that Multi Vitamin Concentrate may interact with are warfarin and other anticoagulants, antibiotics, vitamin K bisulfate, methotrexate, levodopa, chloramphenicol, phenytoin, and sodium bisulfate.

Multi Vitamin Concentrate can also cause a number of side effects of which you should be aware. Side effects include agitation, anxiety, dizziness, double vision, erythema, headache, hives, rash, and swollen fingers and eyes. It is also possible that you will have an allergic reaction to the infusion.
 

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