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    Emergen-C ok?
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    Larissa_1985 posted:
    I started to feel like I had a slight cold coming on, so I wanted to take some Emergen-C, is that ok to take while breastfeeding? It's pretty much just a bunch of vitamins, so I don't see why not, but I just wanted to double check. Thanks!
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    skerina responded:
    Ya know...I've been wondering the same thing about that stuff. It always seems to help cut down how long a cold lasts for me. I'll keep checking back to this thread to see if anyone else knows too.

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    jshab responded:
    yes its fine..its in the prenatals that i take so just emergen-c by itself it will be ok...it has kept me from gettin sick throughout the pregnancy


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