Becom-Zet is a useful supplement to help meet the needs of zinc and various vitamins needed by the body, such as vitamin E, vitamin C, folic acid, and vitamin B complex.

Becom-Zet contains vitamin E 30 IU, vitamin C 750 mg, vitamin B1 15 mg, vitamin B2 15 mg, vitamin B6 20 mg, vitamin B12 12 mcg, folic acid 400 mcg, pantothenic acid 20 mg, zinc 22.5 mg, and niacin 100 mg.

The multivitamin and zinc content in Becom-Zet has various functions in the body, including supporting the energy formation process, helping to form blood cells and collagen , and counteracting the harmful effects of free radicals .

What is Becom-Zet

Active ingredients Vitamin E, vitamin C , vitamin B1, vitamin B2 , vitamin B6, vitamin B12 , folic acid, pantothenic acid , zinc, niacin
group Limited over-the-counter drugs
Category Vitamin supplements
Benefit Helps meet the needs of vitamin B complex, vitamin C, vitamin E, and zinc
Used by Adults and children
Becom-Zet for pregnant and lactating mothers Category C: Animal studies have shown adverse effects of high doses of vitamin C and vitamin B complex on the fetus, but there are no controlled studies in pregnant women.

Drugs should only be used if the expected benefit outweighs the risk to the fetus.

Most of the ingredients in this supplement, such as vitamin E, vitamin C, vitamin B2, vitamin B12, folic acid, vitamin B6, zinc, niacin, can be absorbed into breast milk.

If you are breastfeeding, do not use this medicine without consulting your doctor first.

Drug form Caplet

Warning Before Using Becom-Zet

Becom-Zet should not be used carelessly. There are several things that you should pay attention to before using this drug, namely:

  • Do not use Becom-Zet if you are allergic to any of its ingredients.
  • Consult your doctor about consuming Becom-Zet if you have a history of bleeding disorders, stomach ulcers , hemorrhagic stroke, liver disease, gout , diabetes, gallbladder disease, hematochromatosis , or kidney disease.
  • Avoid smoking or consuming alcoholic beverages while taking Becom-Zet, as these may affect the effectiveness of this supplement.
  • Talk to your doctor about taking Becom-Zet if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or planning a pregnancy.
  • Consult with your doctor about consuming Becom-Zet if you are currently taking certain drugs, supplements or herbal products, to anticipate drug interactions.
  • See your doctor right away if you experience any serious side effects or allergic reactions after using Becom-Zet.

Dosage and Rules for Use Becom-Zet

The dose of Becom-Zet to meet the needs of vitamins and minerals is 1 caplet 1 time a day.

How to Use Becom-Zet Correctly

Always follow the doctor 's recommendations and read the information on the drug packaging before using Becom-Zet.

Becom-Zet can be taken before or after meals. To avoid stomach upset, this supplement should be taken after meals. Swallow the Becom-Zet caplet with the help of a glass of water.

Nutrients in the form of vitamins or minerals from supplements cannot replace nutrients from food. Therefore, it is advisable to keep eating a balanced and varied nutritional diet every day.

Store Becom-Zet in a dry, room temperature place away from direct sunlight. Keep Becom-Zet out of the reach of children.

Becom-Zet Interactions with Other Drugs

The use of some of the ingredients in Becom-Zet together with other medicines may cause the following interaction effects:

  • Decreased effectiveness of warfarin , aspirin, or clopidogrel due to high doses of vitamin C
  • Increased risk of blocked blood vessels (thrombosis) if vitamin E is used with estrogen
  • Decreased effect of levodopa or phenytoin drugs when used together with vitamin B6
  • Decreased effect of antidiabetic drugs, such as glimepiride , in lowering blood sugar levels when used with niacin

Becom-Zet Side Effects and Dangers

The content of various vitamins contained in Becom-Zet is generally safe if used according to the rules. However, in some people, the vitamin E, vitamin C, vitamin B6, and niacin in these supplements can cause side effects, such as:

  • Headache or dizziness
  • Drowsiness
  • Numbness or tingling
  • Nauseous vomit
  • Burning sensation in the chest ( heartburn )
  • Diarrhea
  • Stomach cramps
  • The neck and face are red and hot ( hot flashes )
  • skin rash
  • Blurred vision

Check with your doctor if these side effects don't go away or get worse. See your doctor right away if you have an allergic reaction to a drug or a more serious side effect, such as:

  • Unusual bruising or bleeding
  • Yellowing of the eyes or skin ( jaundice )
  • Dark urine
  • Muscle pain, cramping, weakness, or stiffness that doesn't go away
  • Unusual fatigue
  • Numbness in the feet or around the mouth
  • Impaired balance and coordination of the body
  • Joint pain , weakness, weakness, stomach ache
  • Fever, chills, pain or pain when urinating, and frequent urge to urinate
  • Severe pain in the lower back or bloody urine
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