the differences in prenatal vitamins

Questions often arise about the differences in prenatal vitamins.

Rx vs OTC. If an Rx doesn't specify a brand, choose a generic you have in stock. For most women, pick one that has 400 to 1000 mcg of folic acid and about 27 mg of iron.

OTC prenatals are also okay...and may cost less.

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