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Prenatal & Postnatal Vitamins

Good nutrition is important during pregnancy. But it’s hard to know if you’re getting all the vitamins and minerals you and your baby need. That’s where prenatal vitamins can help. Prenatal vitamins are specific multivitamins made for pregnant women, helping their bodies get the vitamins and minerals needed for a healthy pregnancy.


Frequently Asked Questions

Prenatal multivitamin supplements can help expectant mothers ensure they and their baby-to-be get the required nutrients (vitamins and minerals) to ensure good health. Getting necessary nutrients through only food can be challenging for mothers who feel nauseous or follow dietary restrictions. CAMFormulas has a variety of high-quality prenatal multivitamins made specifically for pregnant women.

What are prenatal vitamins good for?

Prenatal vitamins are good for a variety of health-related benefits. Prenatal vitamins are specifically developed for consumption before or during pregnancy. Such supplements are meant to help promote the healthy development of a baby’s bones, teeth, and neurons. Prenatal vitamins tend to include letter vitamins along with iodine and zinc. Consult your healthcare provider for the recommended dosage depending on your age, diet, and trimester.

Nordic Naturals, Metagenics, Garden of Life, and Progressive Labs are some brands at CAMFormulas that offer prenatal vitamins.

When should prenatal vitamins be taken?

It’s recommended that you begin consuming prenatal vitamins when you’re trying to conceive. According to numerous health experts, prenatal vitamins should be taken at least a month before pregnancy. Expectant mothers should continue taking prenatal multivitamins throughout the course of their pregnancy. Healthcare providers make it a point to advise the consumption of prenatal vitamins during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy as the particular period is crucial to ensure a baby's healthy development.

Many women have digestive issues during pregnancy. Taking gut-boosting supplements from Advanced Naturals along with prenatal vitamins can help remedy that. Remember to consult your healthcare provider.

What is the difference between prenatal and postnatal vitamins?

When talking about prenatal vs postnatal vitamins, as the name suggests, prenatal vitamins are meant for consumption before and during pregnancy. Postnatal vitamins are meant for consumption after pregnancy.

Prenatal vitamins are designed to assist with a baby’s development inside the womb while postnatal multivitamin supplements help mothers recover after delivery. Some postnatal vitamins can aid with breastmilk supply or address certain post-delivery hormonal changes. Both types of vitamins play a role in immune support.

Ask your doctor about which vitamins to pair with your herbs and herbal extracts regimen to ensure overall health during and after pregnancy.