Adults over 18 years of age, who have or are at risk of iron deficiency or iron deficiency anemia.
Speak to your pediatrician to see if OptiFer is right for your child.
Yes, please consult your physician or pharmacist before using this product. Depending on the level of iron supplementation required, pregnant women may take up to 3 tablets of OptiFer a day in divided doses. OptiFer is recognized by the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada through the SOGC Brand Recognition Program.
The iron component of OptiFer doesn’t pass into the breast milk.
Heme Iron is derived from the red blood cells of an animal (steers/bovine). There is no risk for blood borne pathogen transmission.Optifer is Halal certified.
Before using OptiFer, tell your physician or pharmacist of all prescription and nonprescription products you may be using.
If you are taking drugs such as tetracycline antibiotics, penicillamine, cefdinir, chloramphenicol, levothyroxine, levodopa, phenytoin or quinolone antibiotics, then the doses between OptiFer and these medications should be spaced as far as possible.
It is not recommended to start or stop any medication without a physician or pharmacist approval.