Medicines & Drugs by category Medicines used to replace a deficiency

The leaflets in this section are authored by an experienced pharmacist. Pharmacists are experts in medicines. The medicines in this section include those used for treating various deficiencies such as vitamin B12, testosterone or folic acid. If you've ever thought "Who shouldn't take calcium?", "How do I take my thiamine?", "How do I get the most from my multivitamin treatment?" or "What problems can vitamin A cause?" information leaflets in this section will have answers for you.

Alfacalcidol capsules and drops (One-Alpha) Ascorbic acid tablets
Ascorbic acid tablets Calcitriol capsules (Rocaltrol)
Calcitriol capsules (Rocaltrol) Calcium and ergocalciferol tablets
Calcium with colecalciferol Calcium with colecalciferol
Dihydrotachysterol (AT 10) Fludrocortisone tablets (Florinef)
Folic acid (folate) Hydrocortisone tablets for cortisol replacement (Plenadren)
Hydroxocobalamin injection (Cobalin-H, Neo-Cytamen) Menadiol sodium phosphate tablets
Mesterolone tablets (Pro-Viron) Multivitamin preparations
Pyridoxine tablets Testosterone (Nebido, Restandol, Sustanon 250, Testim, Testogel, Tostran)
Thiamine (Benerva, Tyvera) Thiamine (Benerva, Tyvera)
Tibolone tablets (Livial) Vitamin A
Vitamin A