Prenatal Plus Tablet With G12 Printed On The Front It Is A Oblong Tan Colored Pill

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Is this going help me get a baby im been trying since 2005 i got preganent in 2005 had a stillborn got preganent off prenatal z pill.



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Verwon Says:

No, this will not improve your chances of pregnancy. These are multivitamin/mineral tablets. They are commonly given to women who are trying to get pregnant or who are pregnant to make sure they have the proper nutrition to support a developing fetus.

Has your doctor suggested you take it?

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