I know some herbal supplements, especially vitex, can interfere with clomid, but I wouldn't think the vitamins you're listing would. To be on the safe side, though, I would either call your doctor and ask OR just skip the extra vitamins and go with a plain old prenatal vitamin this cycle. Best of luck!
The vitamins are fine but I would skip the multivitamin and do the prenatal with the e, b, c, selenium, and magnesium. You can also add fish oil and a folic acid supplement. Once u get pregnant discontinue all except prenatal, folic acid, and fish oil.(all according to my re) good luck.
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