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Can women take men's multi-vitamins?

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In brief: Yes

Different companies take a different approach to gender-specific nutrition which explain the great variations between products.
By reading the label, you will likely see more similarities than differences. Women's vitamins usually have some extra iron to account for mentrual-related blood loss in pre-menopausal women and vit d and/or calcium to support the bones in post-menopausal women.

In brief: Yes

Different companies take a different approach to gender-specific nutrition which explain the great variations between products.
By reading the label, you will likely see more similarities than differences. Women's vitamins usually have some extra iron to account for mentrual-related blood loss in pre-menopausal women and vit d and/or calcium to support the bones in post-menopausal women.
Dr Gregory Lewis
Dr Gregory Lewis
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Dr Michael Gabor
Diagnostic Radiology

In brief: Sure

Won't be a problem. Pretty much the same combination of vitamins/minerals, but possibly different concentrations of some.

In brief: Sure

Won't be a problem. Pretty much the same combination of vitamins/minerals, but possibly different concentrations of some.
Dr Michael Gabor
Dr Michael Gabor
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