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prenatal vitamins cause spotting?
Can prenatal vitamins/folic acid cause bleeding/spotting?
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I've never heard of this, I don't think so.
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I don't think so either but I wondered the same thing because when I first started mine I had bleeding and if I skipped it stopped. I think its coincidental with me though.
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thanks anyway, Been ttc for 5 month and keep spotting at ovulation time which doc says normal but it carries on until my period on and off. Just relised it all started wen i began folic acid. Looked on google & a few have said it caused them to bleed so im not taking any this moth so il see wat happens.
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Yeah if that's what u think it is then I would stop too then talk to ur doc..I was taking folic acid as well. So it could be possible.
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Update: well im on 6dpo. I had my usual ovulation bleeding CD 14,15 & then it stopped. Iv had no spotting as of yet which i normally spot eveeyday in my 2ww.so is this cos iv stopped taking parental vits or just coincidence? Who knows but hope i get my bfp this month looking good! :)
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