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Riboflavin deficiency, Microcytic anemia
Should be taken with food.
Oral Riboflavin Deficiency Supplementation is indicated for adults with riboflavin deficiency syndromes 5-30 mg/day PO in divided doses
Oral Riboflavin Deficiency <3 years: Not established 3-12 years: 3-10 mg/day PO in divided doses >12 years: 5-30 mg/day PO in divided doses
Mode of Action
Riboflavin (vitamin B2) is required for energy utilization from food. It is essential for normal tissue respiration. It is also necessary for the activation of pyridoxine and the conversion of tryptophan to nicotinic acid.
Pregnancy (doses >RDA)
Bright yellow discoloration of urine.
The rate and extent of absorption may be affected by propantheline bromide.