what kinds of prenatals is everyone taking?

Rochelle - posted on 11/18/2008 ( 10 moms have responded )

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Is anyone taking prenatals to help conceive? and if so what kind, what symptoms are they giving you and what do they taste like? Also where did you get them and how much?

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Britney - posted on 08/31/2014

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I know how you feel. I’m just wondering why woman should take some medicines for getting pregnant. There are many ways to achieve your pregnancy in the most natural way possible whilst protecting the health of your baby. I'm sure you agree that nothing could be more important than that. There are certain foods and recipes that will promote your fertility without having to use medication. And its simple process also! Maybe several woman have succeeded in getting pregnant with prenatal vitamin, I don't know the percentages but, Watch out! There are side effects of prenatal vitamin. My sincere advice is that you to read and closely follow the steps & methods detailed in "The Getting Pregnant Plan" ebook from http://aboutgettingpregnant.com . This ebook encompasses many topics such as fertility problems, ovulation, diet, womens cycles, and much more. I’m confident that this ebook will be useful for you in your quest of getting pregnant. It will work for you as it worked for me, while greatly improving your chances of healing and conceiving, so you can move toward a successful, healthy pregnancy. I'm here to help.

Laura - posted on 06/30/2009

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I now have to take Ob Natal One due to PrimaCare One going off the market. They still have te Omega es and the folic acid

Laura - posted on 05/11/2009

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I am currently taking the Spring Valley prenatals from WalMart ($4 for a bottle of 100). Once that runs out, I will start taking a prescription called PrimaCare One with DHA and EPA. The prescription has more folic acid as well as Omega 3s and a stool softener.

Mary - posted on 05/11/2009

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With my son I was taking flintstones chewables complete multi-vit. I tried a few samples from my doctor but they all gave me upset stomach so she put me on these. They are pretty cheap and they taste fruity :)

Joanne - posted on 02/10/2009

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Hi Im in the uk and taking folic acid 5mg daily (high dose because of diabetes) and 150mg asprin daily because of lupus anticoagulant. Eating healthily, more veg and fruit, cutting down on salt,sugar, processed foods.



I also had 3 miscarriages last year.



Jo xx

Rochelle - posted on 02/04/2009

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Quoting Shannon:


 






Do taking prenatal vitamins help to conceive? I thought it was just for health and development.



 



I've heard that it can help but maybe it just helps for when you do become pregnant that your already using them its a benefit instead of finding out your a month pregnant and then start using them





 

Heather - posted on 01/21/2009

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I bought a bottle of 100 for $4 at Wal Mart. They will do until I get a prescription and then Meijer fills prenatal vitamin prescriptions for free. YAY!

Shannon - posted on 01/17/2009

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I believe mine are a generic version of Natale (?) I don't have the bottle right in front of me at the moment. I probably spelled it wrong. With my insurace they cost me about $6 for 90 days. I also take Expecta by Enfamil, a DHA supplement. These are $10 for a 30-day supply and I get them at Walmart. So far, I don't have any side effects but I've taken these for both of my kids.



Do taking prenatal vitamins help to conceive? I thought it was just for health and development.

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I use the Target brand as I'm trying to conceive, they were the only ones that didn't make me nauseous during my first pregnancy with my daughter so I'm using those again :-) They have no taste and cost maybe $8.00 for a bottle of 200. Hope this helps!

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