Ingredients of Cenogen Ultra



By Dan on December 06, 2005
Category: Cenogen Ultra (Oral)


Hello,
I would like to know the list of ingredients and their concentrations for the Prenatal vitamins, Cenogen. I know that these vitamins are used for women before becoming pregnant, but do not know or can find any site with the ingredients for Cenogen.

Thank you



Ingredients Cenogen Ultra



Hello. I too was looking up the ingredients to Cenogen Ultra, I am pregnant and my Dr. gave them to me to take. My box tells me the ingredients are:


Ferrous Fumarate (anhydrous)....324mg
(Equialent to about 106 mg of Elemental Iron)
Vitamin C ....200 Mg
Vitamin B1....10 Mg
Vitamin B2...6 Mg
Vitamin B6... 5Mg
Vitamin B12...15 mcg
Folic Acid...1mg
Niacinamide...30 Mg
Panthothenic Acid...10 Mg
Manganese...1.3 Mg
Copper....0.8 Mg
Inactive Ingredients: Magnesium stearate, fumed silica dioxide, gelatin, titanium dioxide, FD&C Blue #2, FD&C Red #40

One thing alarmed me in the ingredient list of this RX. Anhydrous. I am from North Central Texas and we have had a widespread of manufacturing of Methamphedamine. (SP) And poeple have been caught trying to steal Anhydrous from local Farmers to make the drug, it is evidentally an ingredient. That sort of grossed me out. Hope this helps, I am talking to my Doctor tommorrow A.M. about this.

thanks


By Bobbie from USA, Texas on January 09, 2006 | Reply |


Also curious: Does it Cenogen Ultra contain calcium?



Hi. I was recently prescribed Cenogen Ultra as my prenatal vitamin and was also looking for the list of ingredients. I was wondering if calcium was just omitted for some reason, or if this vitamin does not include calcium for some reason.

Thank you!

By Kelly Coyle from Birmingham, AL on January 10, 2006 | Reply |


Cenogen Ultra/No Calcium



I am pregnant and anemic. I found that taking Cenogen Ultra significantly increased my energy level. I was told that calcium inhibits the absorption of Iron, so without calcium you are able to absorb the iron that you need. I take the Cenogen at bedtime and then take a calcium suppliment in the morning.



By Mindy on January 13, 2006 | Reply |


Senior Engineer



Anhyrous is simply a term meanig "without water". What you are confusing this with is the fact that meth labs utilize anhydrous ammonia in the production of their street drugs. So the term anhydrous simply explains the state of a chemical (or chemical compound). On the flip side, there are chemicals/compounds that are in the aqueous form, and thus contain some percentage of water. An over the counter tablet would be expected to contain mostly (if not all anhydrous compounds), where some type of "jel cap" would be expected to contain aqueous chemicals (or aqueous salt coumpounds). Misinformation about chemical products can be very damaging to the reputation of prescription manufactors. SO if you don't know what you are talking about it would be better to just post a question and not a reply.

Regards,

By Kerry from Georgia on June 05, 2006 | Reply |


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I hope your MD told you you were a dumbass...

By Angela on February 06, 2009 | Reply |

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