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Human Premix

Human Premix

Human Premix is a pharmaceutical formulation designed to provide a balanced combination of essential vitamins and minerals necessary for maintaining overall health and well-being. It is available in convenient pre-measured doses for easy administration.


Human Premix is indicated for individuals with dietary deficiencies or increased nutritional requirements, such as during pregnancy, lactation, convalescence, or periods of rapid growth. It may also be recommended for individuals with specific medical conditions or dietary restrictions that predispose them to nutrient deficiencies.


The dosage of Human Premix may vary depending on age, weight, and specific nutritional needs. It is typically taken orally as directed by a healthcare professional. Follow the recommended dosage instructions provided on the product packaging or as prescribed by your healthcare provider.


Human Premix is contraindicated in individuals with known hypersensitivity or allergic reactions to any of its components. It should not be used in patients with pre-existing medical conditions that may be exacerbated by certain vitamins or minerals contained in the formulation without consulting a healthcare professional.

Special Precautions

-Pregnant or lactating women should consult their healthcare provider before taking Human Premix to ensure appropriate dosing and safety. -Individuals with underlying medical conditions, such as kidney disease or hypercalcemia, should use Human Premix with caution and under medical supervision. -Keep out of reach of children to prevent accidental overdose.

Side Effects

Common side effects of Human Premix may include gastrointestinal discomfort, such as nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea, especially if taken on an empty stomach. Allergic reactions to specific ingredients are rare but possible. Discontinue use and seek medical attention if any adverse reactions occur.

Drug Interactions

Human Premix may interact with certain medications, including: -Antacids: Reduced absorption of certain minerals (e.g., calcium, iron) may occur when taken concomitantly with antacids. -Tetracycline antibiotics: Concurrent use of tetracycline antibiotics may decrease their effectiveness due to decreased absorption when taken with calcium or magnesium-containing supplements.

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