I had to switch vitamins during my first pregnancy bc they made me sick, either way I'm awful at staying on top of taking them I try to just make sure I also get a variety of healthy foods to try and compensate.
I've haven't personally had this problem, but I've heard a lot of women get nauseous taking prenatals. Try taking it at night before you go to bed. I was told that works because you basically sleep through the nausea.
I was told the flintstone gummies for kids are a good alternative, but I'd ask the doctor before taking Flintstones. Its what my mother in law took during her pregnancy because she couldn't keep down regular prenatal vitamins.
I had this problem all my pregnancies this is my 6th and this is the first time I'm able to hold down any type of vitamin what I did was get the trunatal prenatal gummies it says take 2 at a time I take 1 at morning 1 at night.I take them with a snack or small meal so my stomachs not empty. Believe me I tried it all, taking them at night just had me up puking at night. This is the only thing I've found to help me
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