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Can you use prenatal vitamins if i'm also premenopausal?

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Dr. Sandra Pinkham
Holistic Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

Prenatal vitamins contain about 1 mg of Folic Acid and added vit d3, generally 1, 000 units, and extra iron, often 25 mg elemental iron.
These would be fine for any premenopausal woman. It is wise to take prenatal vitamins months before actually getting pregnant. Find one that agrees with you.

In brief: Yes

Prenatal vitamins contain about 1 mg of Folic Acid and added vit d3, generally 1, 000 units, and extra iron, often 25 mg elemental iron.
These would be fine for any premenopausal woman. It is wise to take prenatal vitamins months before actually getting pregnant. Find one that agrees with you.
Dr. Sandra Pinkham
Dr. Sandra Pinkham
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Dr. Waldo Acebo
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Yes

However and more important is the quality of the vitamins, make sure they are in the antural way and no synthetic.
As a general rule the cheaper the vitamin the less natural it is.

In brief: Yes

However and more important is the quality of the vitamins, make sure they are in the antural way and no synthetic.
As a general rule the cheaper the vitamin the less natural it is.
Dr. Waldo Acebo
Dr. Waldo Acebo
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