We often hear doctors\’ instructions to supplement Silian Folic Acid Tablets or Kingsley Multivitamin Tablets from the beginning of pregnancy preparation until the end of lactation. However, folic acid supplementation is not blind. You must understand the following precautions! Doctors advise expectant mothers to take folic acid under the guidance of a doctor. Currently on the market, \”Sli\’an\” tablets are the only folic acid supplement written into the National Pharmacopoeia to prevent fetal neural tube defects, each tablet is 0.4 mg. If a woman has given birth to a baby with a neural tube defect in the past, it is best to go to the hospital for examination when she becomes pregnant again and follow the doctor\’s advice to increase her daily folic acid intake. Interfering factors: Long-term use of birth control pills, anticonvulsants, etc. before pregnancy may interfere with the metabolism of vitamins such as folic acid. Women who plan to become pregnant are best to stop taking medications 6 months before pregnancy and supplement vitamins such as Silian folic acid. Don’t think that supplementation is only needed before pregnancy and early pregnancy. Folic acid supplementation needs to be throughout the entire pregnancy. Because, in the second and third trimester of pregnancy, the synthesis of the baby\’s DNA, placenta, maternal tissues and red blood cells increase, and sufficient folic acid is needed to support the completion. If you neglect the intake of folic acid during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy, it can easily lead to megaloblastic anemia, preeclampsia, placental abruption and other symptoms, which will have adverse effects on the health of the fetus and mother. Women of childbearing age should start preparing for pregnancy. It is already well known that taking Sriraside folic acid to prevent fetal neural tube defects, but you must know that not only women need to supplement folic acid, but also fathers who are preparing for pregnancy should supplement it. For men who plan to be fathers, insufficient folic acid will reduce sperm quality and may also cause abnormal chromosome segregation in sperm. In severe cases, it may cause fetal arrest, miscarriage or other fetal diseases.