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A small, once-daily tablet containing key vitamins, minerals and antioxidants deemed optimal for pregnancy health. Contains no artificial dyes, flavors, or preservatives, each 1 bottle is a 2-month supply
Introducing PeaPod Prenatal – Healthy Pregnancy
PeaPod Prenatal was designed for trying-to-conceive, pregnant and nursing women. This prenatal vitamin supplies 100% or more of the Daily Value of the vitamins and minerals most essential for ensuring pregnancy wellness, including iron, vitamin C, and folic acid – important in preventing neural tube birth defects. It also provides antioxidant support to cleanse the body of oxidizing free radicals and promote optimal reproductive health.
Correct dosage and quality of the ingredients in a prenatal supplement are especially important, and PeaPod Prenatal was developed by our team of medical experts to provide optimal nutrition for prenatal and baby health. PeaPod Prenatal is all-natural with no additives or preservatives, and is guaranteed for high quality and potency.
Wondering which supplements can be taken together?
(see our Pregnancy & Nursing Supplement Guide to find out.)
- Recommended Use: Take 1 tablet daily. Each bottle contains 60 tablets, a 2-month supply.
- Guaranteed for ingredient labeling, quality and potency.
- Provides Vitamin A from beta-carotene
- Just 1 tablet a day provides the ideal balance of key vitamins – including folic acid.
- All-natural and safe – contains no artificial dyes or colors, flavors or preservatives.
- Small, easy-to-swallow tablets are perfect for sensitive stomachs.
- One bottle provides a two-month supply of 60 nutrient-filled tablets – great value at less than $9 per month
- Manufactured in the U.S. in a GMP-certified facility; guaranteed quality and potency.
Dosage: For adults only. One tablet or as directed by a physician. Do not use if seal under cap is broken. Store in a cool, dry place.
Must I “wean” off of Fertilaid or FertileCM by reducing dosage before taking Peapod Prenatal once pregnancy is confirmed?
No, you can discontinue use of the preconception supplements and switch over to the PeaPod Prenatal once pregnancy is confirmed with either a blood or urine test.
Are the pills vegetarian?
Unfortunately, we can’t guarantee that our Peapod Prenatal Vitamins are vegetarian. All apologies!
I am currently TTC. Can I takes this along with FertilAid?
FertilAid for Women contains a complete prenatal vitamin – therefore, we would not recommend you take an additional prenatal vitamin. Once pregnancy is achieved, we’d recommend you discontinue FertilAid and switch to the Peapod Prenatal Vitamin.
Does this pill have calcium as an ingredient ?
Our Peapod Prenatal Vitamin does not contain calcium. We would, however, highly recommend you take an additional calcium supplement along with it.
Should I take any additional vitamins along with this prenatal vitamin such as Calcium or Omega 3? We are going to start trying again for a pregnancy after 3 miscarriages.
Yes, you can go ahead and take Calcium and Omega-3 along with the Peapod Prenatal Vitamin.
Is it ok to take a calcium vitamin that also has D3 in it with Peapod Prenatal vitamins?
Yes, it is perfectly fine to add in a Calcium w/ Vitamin D3 supplement along with our Peapod Prenatal.
Is this also gluten free? I’d prefer corn free, too, but would settle for gluten free. I’m sensitive to ginger and yours is one of the few formulations without it.
Yes, our Peapod Prenatal is gluten free, but not guaranteed to be corn-free.
Is there a separate pill for DHA?
We do carry a separate DHA supplement that we highly recommend you combine with our prenatal vitamin.
Can I take this with OvaBoost?
Yes, you can take our Peapod Prenatal Vitamin along with OvaBoost.
How many pills are in one bottle?
One bottle contains 60 capsules, which is a 2 month supply!
How far along in my pregnancy do I take this?
It is recommended that you take a prenatal vitamin throughout your entire pregnancy.
I’m pregnant with our second child but still breastfeeding our 21 month old. Is it safe to take this prenatal vitamin?
Yes, it is perfectly safe and highly recommended to do so.
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