This is what the net says: Although a folic acid overdose is not likely to be dangerous, taking high doses of the vitamin long-term can cause digestive problems, zinc deficiency, and problems sleeping. High doses of folic acid can also "mask" a vitamin B12 deficiency or increase the risk of heart attacks in people with heart disease. Treatment for a folic acid overdose will generally involve supportive care.
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- Folic Acid Information for Consumers
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