Ferralet® 90 — the prescription once-daily iron supplement to treat low levels of iron in the blood caused by certain types of anemia.

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Ferralet® 90 — the prescription once-daily iron
supplement to treat low levels of iron in the blood
caused by certain types of anemia.

What is anemia?

Anemia is a health condition where the body does not have enough healthy red blood cells to carry oxygen to the body’s tissues.1

Find out more about the causes and symptoms of iron-deficiency anemia and how it is diagnosed and treated.

What is the Ferralet® 90 difference?

Unlike other iron supplements, Ferralet® 90 is composed of two different iron compounds and a special combination of other active ingredients that is easier on the stomach.2,3,

Ferralet® 90 is also convenient and easy to take.

What is the Ferralet® 90 difference?

Unlike other iron supplements, Ferralet® 90 is composed of two different iron compounds and a special combination of other active ingredients that is easier on the stomach.2,3,†

Ferralet® 90 is also convenient and easy to take.

Learn more about iron [Fe]

Your recommended daily iron intake may vary depending on your gender, age, and dietary restrictions.4

In addition to regularly taking your iron supplements, you can also incorporate some iron-rich foods into your daily meals.4

DID YOU KNOW?

Iron is represented by the symbol [Fe] in medicine and science.

Ferralet® 90 savings

You may be eligible to save money on your Ferralet® 90 prescription by using a Ferralet® 90 Savings Card.*

*Terms and conditions apply.

Ferralet® 90 savings

You may be eligible to save money on your Ferralet® 90 prescription by using a Ferralet® 90 Savings Card.

In a large, randomized, double-blind trial, carbonyl iron dosed at 600 mg was tolerated with digestive side effects similar to those observed with a 60 mg dose of ferrous sulfate.

References:

1. Mayo Clinic Staff. Anemia: symptoms & causes. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/anemia/symptoms-causes/syc-20351360. Accessed November 2020.
2. Ferralet 90 Prescribing Information. San Antonio, TX: Mission Pharmacal Company.
3. Gordeuk VR, Brittenham GM, Hughes M, Keating LJ, Opplt JJ. High-dose carbonyl iron for iron-deficiency anemia: a randomized double-blind trial. Am J Clin Nutr. 1987;46(6):1029-103.
4. National Institutes of Health. Office of Dietary Supplements. Iron: fact sheet for health professionals. https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/Iron-HealthProfessional/#change. Updated February 28, 2020. Accessed November 2020.