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tan oblong shaped tablet imprinted with G12 on the front



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This is just a nutritional supplement that is potent and is given to women who are pregnant, or trying to become pregnant in order to ensure that they are getting enough vital nutrients to maintain their health and that of the baby.

Learn more Vitamin details here.

They are also sometimes given to people who are severely deficient in certain vital nutrients, such as when someone has been undergoing chemotherapy treatments, AIDs or has suffered from anorexia or bulimia.

Are there any questions or comments?


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