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i want to find out would this drug helps you to get pregant vitiams name is prenatel tab ud pack ethex ## I do not think this would help you to get pregnant - it is used as a vitamin to help women who are already pregnant. The name of the Prenatal vitamin with Ethex 216 imprinted on it is Prenatal RX 1. Each Prenatal Rx 1 tablet contains: Vitamin A (Acetate 3600 I.U. and Beta Carotene 400 I.U.) 4000 I.U. Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) 400 I.U. Vitamin E (dI-alpha-tocopheryl acetate) 15 I.U. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 80 mg Folic Acid 1 mg Vitamin B1 (thiamine mononitrate) 1.5 mg Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 1.6 mg Niacinamide 17 mg Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine HCl) 4 mg Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) 2.5 mcg Biotin 30 mcg Pantothenic Acid 7 mg Calcium (calcium carbonate) 200 mg Iron (ferrous fumarate) ...2 REPLIES Updated
Prenatal RX Tablet Oval White A 171 - actavis totowa ## Just to confirm, the white oval pill marked A 171 is a Prenatal RX (27-0.5mg) multivitamin tablet. It is commonly prescribed for pregnant women to help prevent them from being deficient in needed nutrients and to help ensure a healthy baby. Other important information: Prenatal RX belongs to the drug class of iron products and vitamin and mineral combinations. You may need to contact the manufacturer Actavis Totowa for details on an exact nutrition and dosage profile.1 REPLY Updated
white oblong tablet. 1 side says ethex the other says 216, if i take a meal and then the tablet, whitin a min i star vomiting everything i ate. ## I located the pill in description to be a Prenatal Multivitamin by the name of Prenatal RX 1. Prenatal multivitamins help provide the necessary vitamin and minerals plus additional elements to support a healthy pregnancy. That said, I'm not sure as to why it would invoke vomiting. I would suggest asking your local pharmacist if it is in fact a prescription. Most vitamins are not prescription-based to my knowledge, but maybe these pills in particular have something you could be allergic to. It's just a thought, but I think you should consider other vitamin options if this one has that effect every time; that way you can know for certai...1 REPLY Updated