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Prenatal vitamins

I'm 13 weeks and I think I have tried 3 different type of prenatals and I keep throwing all of them up. Anyone know what kind I can take that I will keep down?
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7442316 tn?1399778535
You can try vita fusion gummies?
8399001 tn?1399031888
The chewy fruity gummies are so much easier than the horse pills and they arent too badly priced here :)
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I had the same issue, i ended up not taking them and eating really really good. But that's risky bc if you don't eat well enough baby going to suck the life out of you
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I agree with @shaybay515. The gummies are the best. Everytime I'd take the regular prenatals, I'd feel nauseous. I tried different routines. I tried taking them in the morning then switched to taking them at night. Neither worked so I switched to the gummies and have been just fine! :)
7343521 tn?1402371959
The gummies are great but be careful switching brands. I had a bbbaaaaaddd alergic reaction.  My ob says it's because they used oils from different fish and I dont even have a fish allergy! Good luck hun!
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I take the flintstone children gummies. They were the only ones I could keep down and my o.b. reccomended them. Prenatal vitamins are more for the momma than baby. Your lil one will take what it needs from you so you gotta keep up with vits so you don't get sick.
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