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If I take the rainbow prenatal vitamins can I get pregnant?

Sure! It's actually a great idea to start taking prenatal vitamins for a few months before conceiving, as problems that can occur from vitamin deficiencies while pregnant often occur in the first few weeks of pregnancy before you even realize you are pregnant. It will in no way affect your ability to conceive. Read more...

What are the recommended prenatal vitamins to help get pregnant.?

Are just vitamins. Prenatal vitamins are just vitamins. If a woman is in good health with good nutrition, the added vitamins from prenatal vitamins are not noticeable to her body. The vitamins don't help a person get pregnant. The Folic Acid in the prenatal vitamins does help decrease the chance of a certain type of birth defect. Read more...

I'm try to get pregnant taking prenatal vitamins and on fermotid 150mg but I'm not ovulating!

Infertility. I am assuming you are seeing a fertility specialist. If not, that is where you should start. Not all women will ovulate even on medications. There is evidence that shows accupuncture to be beneficial in inducting ovulation. Read more...

My husband and I are trying to get pregnant and I've been take prenatal vitamins for a while now. I usually get my cycle around the 5th of each month.

Keep trying. The average monthly chance of conception is ~20%. Keep taking your prenatal vitamins, time sex using ovulation kits, and when your period is late, check a home pregnancy test. If you are not successful for 6 to 12 months, you can consult a fertility doctor. Good luck! Read more...

If I take prenatal vitamins, will I be able to get pregnant easier?!

No. Prenatal vitamins are nutritional supplements to keep you healthy with possible elements that may be insufficient in your diet. Also the frolic acid provided has been link to a decrease in the risk of anencephalic fetus ( fetus without a brain) and recently decrease risk of autism. You should start prenatal vitamins 2-3 months before trying to get pregnant. Read more...
Not necessaraly. The prenatal vitamins cannot hurt your chances, but they are designed to help support the needs your body has during pregnancy & replenish items your fetus will take from you.On the chance you have a vitamin deficiency, they will help you stay healthy, but i wouldn't count on them increasing your chances. Read more...

Is it okay to take prenatal vitamins even if I'm not trying to get pregnant?

Yes. Prenatal vitamins are designed to contain lower levels of some ingredients, eg- vitamin a which can be toxic to the fetus. It makes them more expensive.. There is no benefit in taking them when not pregnant, but ther is definitely no harm. Read more...