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Treatment for folic acid and vitamin C deficiency involves dietary supplements and increasing these nutrients in your diet.
This is caused by a deficiency of lactase, an enzyme that's responsible for breaking lactose into two simpler sugars - glucose and galactose - which can be absorbed into your bloodstream.
If the placenta doesn't get enough blood, your baby may receive inadequate blood and oxygen and fewer nutrients.
May increase risk for nutrient deficiencies.
The healthy growth and development of the fetus depend on a steady supply of nutrients from the mother.
Vitamin E deficiency can cause nerve pain (neuropathy).
Deficiencies are possible on very restrictive plans.
Vitamin E, vitamin B-12 or thiamine deficiency.
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