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Ferrous Gluconate: Oral tablet

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Ferrous Gluconate 324mg Tab
Paddock Laboratories Inc, a Perrigo Family
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Ferrous Gluconate 240mg Tab
Walgreen Co
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FERROUS GLUCONATE 240mg Tablet
Geri-Care Pharmaceuticals

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What is this medicine?

IRON (AHY ern) replaces iron that is essential to healthy red blood cells. Iron is used to treat iron deficiency anemia. Anemia may cause problems like tiredness, shortness of breath, or slowed growth in children. Only take iron if your doctor has told you to. Do not treat yourself with iron if you are feeling tired. Most healthy people get enough iron in their diets, particularly if they eat cereals, meat, poultry, and fish.

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Drugs Related by Class to Ferrous Gluconate: Oral tablet
CVS Pharmacy Patient Statistics for Ferrous Gluconate: Oral tablet
Usage by Gender
74.74%
25.26%
Generic vs. Brand Name Usage*
*Brand contains same active ingredient but may not represent FDA-approved generic equivalent
Usage by Age
3.03%
16.35%
31.14%
49.48%
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