Folic acid FREE at Asda Pharmacy - 90 days supply
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Folic acid FREE at Asda Pharmacy - 90 days supply

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Found 26th Feb 2013
Asda are giving away 90 day packs of folic acid at their Pharmacy stores. I gladly took some as Pregnacare tablets have been making me feel really sick.

I think this offer is just for pregnant women and not for other conditions as it seems to be a scheme supported by Tommy's charity.

I was offered two packs at my local Asda (Pudsey Owlcotes) but just took one...I assume it's a nationwide offer as the pack has a Tommy's logo on the front.

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I saw a poster with this in Asda in Milton Keynes about a year ago so I assume it's an ongoing national thing. good luck with the pregnancy

how can they tell you are pregnant ? lol heat added

is28

how can they tell you are pregnant ? lol heat added


Yeah, There's already been a pregnant man... so not giving any ideas but they can't possibly tell.

Original Poster

You get an NHS maternity card when you register with your doctor.

this has been around for ages - at least a year - they do a baby pack as well with various stuff and vouchers etc you've just got to ask

Midwives should give these out. Not enough people bother taking them.

You should be taking frolic acid before you get pregnant and carry on after you are. This is as useful as giving out condoms to pregnant women, too little too late.
Edited by: "Denziloshamen" 27th Feb 2013

Original Poster

I bought some to take before, then got these freebies to take during first trimester. Anything that makes it easier for women to get folic acid is surely a good thing.

You're a pregnant lady ? Well done. Felicitations

pankomputerek

Yeah, There's already been a pregnant man... so not giving any ideas but … Yeah, There's already been a pregnant man... so not giving any ideas but they can't possibly tell.


This'll be the South American that had a sex change, but was pregnant while they did it ? People.....

Healhy Start vouchers allow you to claim these for free, also available through many Sure start centres for £1.

we got them for free when we were trying for the little one, but we had to argue a bit pointing out that you ought to start taking them at least 3 months prior to getting pregnant...
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