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    Taking a B-100 vitamin while pregnant?
    HappyMama725 posted:
    I just took a home pregnancy test yesterday and it came out positive!!! We are absolutely thrilled, this will be our second child. I have been taking a D3 vitamin, Vitamin C and a B-100 complex vitamin everyday. Is it safe to continue this until I get my prenatals? I want organic ones so I am ordering them off of the internet so I will have to wait about a week. Thanks in advance
    navix2013 responded:
    Hey there!

    I'm not sure if you received the answer you're looking for, but for some really insightful information on vitamins as well as an infographic check out the link below! I currently take natural prenatal vitamins suggested by my doctor but have always been fairly hesitant of taking too many vitamins because it can actually be worse for you...

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