L-methylfolate

Last Update May 3, 2016
L-methylfolate is a dietary supplement.
Uses: L-methylfolate is prescribed for Depression and is mostly mentioned together with this indication. In addition, our data suggest that it is taken for Folic Acid Deficiency, although it is not approved for this condition. Read More
Other brands: Deplin, Zervalx
Category: Dietary supplement
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Positive 60 "DH was taking a multivitamin, DHA/EPA Omega 3s, and l-methylfolate. He was supposed to be getting another SA last week (just shy of 8 mos), but decided he'd try fertilaid, count boost and motility... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 63 "The l-methylfolate was 1 mg twice a day. ...I stop taking the l-methylfolate because of the anxiety, and ...Do you know how l-methylfolate or lithium affects one, when one has COMT rs4680 val mutation.... "Read more negative discussions
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