Conzace For Soon To Be Pregnant Women

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jane Says:


is conzace bad for pregnant or soon to be pregnant women?



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Jella Says:

I am 7 months pregnant and I'm taking conzace mutivitamins once a day. Is it bad for my baby?

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Verwon Says:

A multivitamin is very frequently prescribed for a woman who is pregnant, or wanting to become pregnant, because it is necessary to ensure that she takes in enough nutrients for both her and the baby. (Congratulations to those pregnant!)

The FDA does warn that it may cause nausea, and constipation as side effects, due to its potency.

How are you doing while taking it? Are you on any other medications?

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Sakura28 Says:
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How's your baby?

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