the differences in prenatal vitamins

Questions often arise about the differences in prenatal vitamins.

Rx vs OTC. OTC prenatals (One A Day, Nature Made, etc) are usually okay...and may cost less than the Rx versions.

Pick one that has at least 600 mcg of folic acid and 27 mg of iron for most women. Even two Flintstones with Iron chewable tabs provide enough folic acid and iron for most pregnant women.

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