Prenatal vitamins are the best. Ask your doctor. Don't take vitamins which are not specifically for pregnant women as some (like vitamin A) can cause problems. With vitamins more is not better.
Taking vitamins will not increase the speed at which a woman becomes pregnant.
You should only take vitamins and iron as advised by your maternity care provider. Flintstones vitamins are for children and while they won't hurt, there are better ones for pregnant women.
Yes, Nature Made prenatal vitamins are a good choice to take while pregnant. Always consult your doctor before taking any vitamins while pregnant.
It is not recommended the pregnant women take hair, skin, and nail vitamins. Many of these vitamins contain dosages of nutrients that exceed the advised daily allowance.
Its good for a woman to take prenatal vitamins before she gets pregnant! Folic acid is in the prenatals and thats a must to have while pregnant...Should start it right away!
Can Geritol and prenatal vitamins help you become pregnant with tubes tied
No, don't take prenatal vitamins unless you are trying to get pregnant, are pregnant, or are breast feeding. The vitamins are specially formulated for what a pregnant woman needs during her pregnancy. However, you can talk to your doctor about taking other supplements for hair growth.
Prenatal vitamins are a good supplement during pregnancy and lactation. Doctors also advise taking Folic acid beginning three months before trying to conceive.
Yes. Many women take prenatal vitamins when they are planning to become pregnant. This helps get their body ready for the pregnancy. You can, but I would ask a Dr. first. Some Dr.'s reccommend you take them before you decide to get pregnant, and while you are trying to get pregnant. Good Luck!
Yes, you can take prenatal vitamins while an IUD is in.
Women who are pregnant should not take normal vitamins. They should ask their doctor for special, prenatal vitamins. Some cases show that too much vitamin A can cause birth defects in children. http://www.womenshealth.gov/faq/pregnancy-medicines.cfm