Is it safe to take iron pills along with prenatal vitamins while pregnant?

Yes. It is ok to take iron in addition to your prenatal vitamins, but you only need the extra iron if you are anemic. Your doctor will check your hemoglobin and will tell you if you need extra iron.
Yes. You would want to seperate the prenatal vitamin and the iron supplement to maximize your bodies abillity to absorb the iron. Take 1 in the morning and 1 at night.

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What would happen if I take prenatal vitamins, birth control pills & iron pills at the same time?

?upset stomach. There should not be any medical reason you can't take all three simultaneously if you can tolerate them. Since any of the three can cause nausea it may be more likely if all three are taken together. Read more...
Nothing bad. Vitamins are vitamins. Iron is iron birthcontol pills are just that. They can all mix just fine. Read more...

My doctor prescribed me iron supplements twice a day & prenatal vitamins once a day. Can I take all 3 of them together or I should give sum hours gap?

It depends. Prenatal vitamins contain iron as well usually. You may take them all together, but you may have less stomach upset if they are taken separately with food. Iron absorption is increased with vitamin C and decreased by minerals, tea, coffee, and cocoa. Read more...

My doctor suggested that I should start taking iron supplements for 30days and prenatal vitamins. But I dont no for how long shd I be taking vitamins?

Why not ask your Dr? Presumably, you may be iron deficient. Your physician probably has a plan to re-check your blood count and iron levels at some time in the future. Please get clarification from your physician. Read more...
Ask your. doctor. Prenatal vitamins can be taken for long time and is beneficial especially if you are trying to concieve or pregnant. Read more...

Is it safe to take 5, 000 units of vitamin d & omega-3 along with my prenatal vitamins? Is it ok to take them both before and after pregnancy?

No. That is an extremely high dose of vitamin d. More recent studies have suggested that these high doses are not warranted or advisable. Discuss with your OB doc before you start taking these various supplements. I would stay with Folic Acid and prenatal vitamins only. Read more...