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    We are currently TTC & I've been taking Elevit for nearly 4 months. It has considerably greater quantities of most vitamins & minerals compared to the other brands. Prior to taking it I would frequently get very dizzy & tired from low iron, but I haven't felt that once since taking Elevit. It is probably the most expensive pregnancy multi-vitamin on the market, but I think its worth it!

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    I'm gender swaying so I'm on elevit and swisse ( alternate different days to last longer) as well as separate magnesium, cranberry and calcium. I also take an immunity ( with zinc) and as I have iron issues I take iron every other day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blonde Assassin View Post
    We are currently TTC & I've been taking Elevit for nearly 4 months. It has considerably greater quantities of most vitamins & minerals compared to the other brands. Prior to taking it I would frequently get very dizzy & tired from low iron, but I haven't felt that once since taking Elevit. It is probably the most expensive pregnancy multi-vitamin on the market, but I think its worth it!
    It's on sale at chemist warehouse, around $44 for a three month supply

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    My dr said the best and only vits necessary is Folic Acid, I take the ones with iodine. He said you need to be careful with any multi vits including pre pregs and pregs ones, there dosages can be too high and that can causes complications with the pregnancy and with bubs

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    My FS told me just to take the blackmores i-folic.
    Folic Acid and Iodine are the only 2 that you really need.

    About $15 for 150 tablets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petulia View Post
    It's on sale at chemist warehouse, around $44 for a three month supply
    Thank-you! I'll get some more today!

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