Do not exceed recommended daily dose/amount.
B vitamins and iron can be harmful to children if taken in large doses.
Care should be taken in patients with iron-storage or iron-absorption diseases such as hemochromatosis, hemoglobinopathies, or existing gastrointestinal diseases such as inflammatory bowel, intestinal strictures and diverticulae.
As with any medication, women who are pregnant or breast-feeding should seek the advice of a doctor before using the product.
Iron is not only an essential element for humans but is also essential for many microorganisms. Thus, it has been suggested that persons with either adequate iron stores or iron overload may provide optimum conditions for microbial growth and therefore be susceptible to an increased incidence and severity of infection; conversely, iron-deficiency anemia may offer some protection against infection.