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Can Prenatal Vitamins Cause Bleeding
No: Prenatal vitamins taken during pregnancy offer more help than potential side-effects unless a woman already has a severe metabolic problem. Wilson disease is a metabolic problem causing an over accumulation of copper. Vitamins do not cause it. However, vitamins can contain an excess of certain minerals and may not be necessary in the non-pregnant state. ...Read more
Not likely: Consider the possibility that your pregnant.Get a more detailed answer ›
I stop taking prenatal vitamins cause I'm taking maca root I really want to conceive I don't know what to do anymore?
See below: I would strongly suggest seeing an OB gyn since maca root is not something an OB gyn would suggest. ...Read more
Are prescription based prenatal vitamins better formulated than OTC vitamins? Do they cause less nausea? Any advantages compared to otc?
NO, NO & NO:
Prescription-based prenatals on average cost more than otc. They are not better formulated, are often more difficult to absorb & offer no advantages. Prescription or not, avoid vitamins with unnecessary additives like artificial colors & titanium dioxide. Capsules may be better than tablets. Ideally they should have folate (folic acid) as l-5-mthf.
http://pregnancy.about. Com/cs/prenatalvitamins/a/aa043000a.htm. ...Read more
I started taking Vitafusion prenatal vitamins gummies 2 weeks ago & now have a yeast infection. I haven't had one in 10 years. Is this the cause?
Coincidence likely: Taking vitamins should not cause you to get a yeast infection. It is probably a timing coincidence. Unless those vitamins have something in them besides vitamins, always check the ingredients! If you're pregnant, yeast infections are common in pregnant women since they become more susceptible to them. ...Read more
We recently decided to ttc. I started taking prenatal vitamins. Now I am having pains in my lower right stomach. Could the vitamins cause this?
It's possible: Prenatal vitamins (PNV), and/or other types of vitamins, can cause stomach discomfort. Some PNV can also cause constipation which could be the cause of your discomfort. You can continue taking the same PNV to see if the problem resolves as your body gets use to them or you can try a different form of PNV. Drinking lots of fluids, especially water and getting regular exercise may be helpful. ...Read more
Do prenatal vitamins cause constipation? I'm not pregnant that I know of just taking them for the vitamins.
I'm premenopausal and my doctor wanted me to take prenatal vitamins for extra iron. Ever since I started taking them I feel tired. What is the cause?
Will it cause problems or birth defects if my wife wasn't taking prenatal vitamins when she found out she was pregnant?
You can't know: All health recommendations are a based on chances of outcomes. Smoking increases your risk of lung cancer and heart disease but not everybody who smokes gets those diseases. And some who don't smoke, get them anyway. Same with vitamins preventing birth defects, its a good idea, but there are no certainties either way. ...Read more
Been experiencing anxiety and sadness off and on. I'm not pregnant but taking prenatal vitamins, Could this be the cause?
Very unlikely but...:
This is unlikely but possible, esp. If you are taking a poor quality vitamin with toxic additives like artificial colors or GMO-derived ingredients. You might also be allergic to some of its ingredients. In general quality vitamins have been shown to be beneficial for anxiety. Try stopping for a couple weeks &/or try different brand. See http://tinyurl. Com/mzrkbx8
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Can 50 mg of mag oxide in prenatal vitamins cause watery watery stools? Just found out I'm pregnant, just started these today, 1-2hrs later, diarrhea
What would cause elevated liver enzymes of alt 70 and ast 36? I don't drink, only take 250 mg magnesium and prenatal vitamins for nursing.
Would a combination of materna prenatal vitamins & palafer CF iron pills cause an elevated liver enzyme level of ALT 54? No alcohol use or medication.
Probably not: If you are pregnant there are other potential causes. Consult yr OB provider or pcp if not pregnant. ...Read more
Ideally with 5-MTHF: Most prenatals are fairly similar but there's a subtle yet important difference. About 30% of people can't convert Folic Acid to its active form, l-5-mthf, so to be on the safe side it's best to take one with that form like prenatal nutrients (pure encapsulations), basic prenatal (thorne) or prenatal pro (designs for health). These also have biotin, which is important, & natural e, not synthetic. ...Read more
Before pregnancy!: If you are planning on getting pregnant then it is wise to start prenatal vitamins before you are pregnant to assure you are getting adequate Folic Acid to prevent a birth defect called neural tube defect. Most people don't know they are pregnant until the fetus is 2-3 weeks old. It is crucial to have adequate Folic Acid in those initial days of development, so don't wait until you know for sure! ...Read more
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