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  • Reduces risk of neural tube defects
  • Provides nutrients essential to mother & baby
  • Maintains mother’s health before, during & after pregnancy
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This product is VegetarianThis product has no dairyThis product has no yeastThis product has no soyThis product has no glutenThis product has no nutsThis product has no eggsThis product has no artificial colorsThis product has no artificial flavorsWe do not test on animals

Pregnancy Supplements: Does Everybody Need Them?

Did you know that approximately 20% – 30% of pregnant women have a vitamin and mineral deficiency, and without supplementation, roughly 75% of pregnant women would be deficient in at least one vitamin?

Pregnancy is specially formulated to provide a balanced blend of vitamins and minerals for the maintenance of good health before, during and after pregnancy. Contains 1 mg of folic acid to reduce the risk of neural tube defects when taken daily prior to becoming pregnant and during early pregnancy.

Pregnant women have increased needs for many essential vitamins and minerals to support the health of their growing babies and themselves.

Approximately 20% to 30% of pregnant women have a vitamin and mineral deficiency, and without pregnancy supplements, roughly 75% of pregnant women would be deficient in at least one vitamin.

Are You Thinking of Becoming Pregnant?

Women should strive to obtain optimum levels of vitamins and minerals in order to assure the proper growth and nutrition of the fetus and to prevent defects. femMED Pregnancy is specially formulated to provide a balanced blend of vitamins and minerals for the maintenance of good health and contains 1 mg of folic acid to help reduce the risk of neural tube defects when taken daily prior to becoming pregnant and during early pregnancy. If you are not planning on becoming pregnant and want to practice safe sex, please check out the latest resource from Planned Parenthood: The Authoritative Guide to Safer Sex.

Tired of Morning Sickness?

Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy remains one of the unpleasant and somewhat mysterious side effects of a woman’s changing body during this time in her life. According to Motherisk, some 80 per cent of all pregnant women suffer from ‘morning sickness’ from the first seven to 12 weeks, though some 20 per cent will suffer from these symptoms for a longer period of time, possibly for the duration of the pregnancy.

All ingredients in Pregnancy and Pregnancy + Ginger pregnancy supplements support the health of both an expectant mother and her baby with a complete blend of vitamins and minerals.

Key Ingredients:

The nutrients provided include folic acid, vitamin A, beta-carotene, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, biotin, calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc, manganese, copper, iodine and selenium.

Folic acid can reduce the risk of neural tube defects when taken daily prior to becoming pregnant and during early pregnancy.

femMED’s Pregnancy + Ginger formula contains ginger, which is traditionally used in Herbal Medicine to help relieve digestive upset/disturbances.

More information on the ingredients in Pregnancy and Pregnancy + Ginger

Take care of you and your baby with femMED Pregnancy or Pregnancy + Ginger

What the Experts Say

“I am thrilled to finally see the inclusion of a safe anti-nauseate like ginger in a high quality prenatal. Up to 80 per cent of pregnant women experience some level of nausea and vomiting particularly in their first trimester; this natural remedy will be well received and a welcome relief to many.” said Dr. Fay Weisberg, Gynecology and Infertility Specialist.

Customers Just Like You Find Success With femMED Pregnancy and Pregnancy + Ginger

My husband and I are planning on becoming pregnant so I have been spending a lot of time researching prenatal vitamins. My gynecologist recommended I check out femMED since she takes it. Yes, she is 4 months pregnant. Anyhow, after I compared yours to a lot of the other ones in the store I found that yours was the most complete formula. I’ll keep you posted on how things go and hopefully I won’t need your ginger formula if I do get pregnant LOL!!! but it is good to know that there is a company out there who has women in mind with all their products.
Lin, Dundas, ON

At femMED we stand by our products and want you to be 100% satisfied with them. If you are not satisfied with any product purchased from our online store, we will issue a complete refund within 30 days of purchase (less shipping charges) with  Money-Back Guarantee/Return Policy

If you have any questions about whether femMED is right for you, we urge you to contact us by phone, email, or on Facebook. We want to help you make the right decision when choosing the best pregnancy supplements for you and your baby.

Pregnancy

Made in Canada

Made in Canada: NPN 80023772

Daily Dose: 2 Capsules
Doses per Bottle: 30
Caps per Bottle: 60 Capsules

Medicinal Ingredients Per Daily Dose % Daily Value
Vitamin A (All-trans retinyl palmitate and 50% as Beta Carotene) 4000 IU/3000 IU 50%/38%
Vitamin C (Calcium ascorbate) 100 mg 167%
Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol [Vitamin D3]) 800 IU 200%
Vitamin E (D-alpha tocopheryl acetate) 110 IU 367%
Vitamin B1 [Thiamine] (Thiamine mononitrate) 10 mg 588%
Vitamin B2 [Riboflavin] 10 mg 500%
Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide) 10 mg 50%
Vitamin B5 [Pantothenic acid] (Calcium-D-pantothenate) 10 mg 100%
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine hydrochloride) 10 mg 400%
Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) 15 mcg 188%
Biotin 45 mcg 15%
Calcium (Calcium citrate tetrahydrate) 200 mg 15%
Magnesium (Magnesium oxide) 100 mg 22%
Iron (Ferrous citrate) 30 mg 167%
Zinc (Zinc oxide) 7.5 mg 50%
Manganese (Manganese citrate) 3 mg ***
Copper (Copper citrate) 1.5 mg 75%
Iodine (Potassium iodide) 100 mcg 67%
Selenium (Selenium HVP chelate) 15 mcg ***
Folic Acid 1000 mcg 125%
***Daily Value not established

 

Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Vegetable capsule [cellulose, water], colloidal silicon dioxide, microcrystalline cellulose and vegetable grade magnesium stearate.

Suggested Usage: Adults – take two (2) capsules daily with meals, a few hours before or after taking other medications.

Caution: Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen. If you have a pre-existing medical condition, or are taking prescription medications, consult a health care practitioner prior to use.

 

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    My husband and I are planning on becoming pregnant so I have been spending a lot of time researching prenatal vitamins. My gynecologist recommended I check out femMED since she takes it. Yes, she is 4 months pregnant. Anyhow, after I compared yours to a lot of the other ones in the store I found that yours was the most complete formula. I’ll keep you posted on how things go and hopefully I won’t need your ginger formula if I do get pregnant LOL!!! but it is good to know that there is a company out there who has women in mind with all their products.

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FAQ

What are prenatal vitamins and why do I need to take them?

They are specially formulated multivitamin and mineral supplements designed to support the increased needs of a pregnant woman and her growing baby. A prenatal supplement will contain many of the same nutrients found in a regular multi, but it will have higher amounts of folic acid, iron, calcium, magnesium and vitamin D to support the needs during pregnancy. The recommend dosage of femMED Pregnancy Before, During & After is one capsule 2 times daily with meals and femMED Pregnancy + Ginger is one capsule three times daily with meals. This will help reduce the risk of nausea and improve absorption and assimilation of the nutrients. Studies have shown that folic Acid, which is part of the Vitamin B family, can significantly reduce the risk of serious defects to the baby’s brain and spinal cord (e.g. spina bifida) occurring in the first four weeks of pregnancy. The evidence suggests that 70% of the defects of this type could be prevented if the mothers were to take a daily dose of folic acid. To be effective, folic acid should be taken before pregnancy occurs and continued into the pregnancy.

Researchers at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) have found that taking prenatal multivitamins fortified with folic acid can reduce the risk of three common childhood cancers: leukemia, brain tumours and neuroblastoma and can reduce the risk of a wide range of serious birth defects, including cardiovascular and limb defects, cleft palate, oral cleft, congenital hydrocephalus and urinary tract anomalies.

I am very careful to eat a healthy diet. Can’t I just supplement with folic acid?

Nowadays, it’s nearly impossible to obtain the necessary level of nutrients from food alone. The mineral content in our soils has diminished over the years due to changes in agriculture. Pollution and pesticides, use of prescription medication, stress and certain forms of cooking can deplete vitamins and minerals. A quality prenatal supplement will contain all of the vitamins and minerals that should be a part of your regular diet and fill in the gaps where your diet falls short. Prenatal vitamins do not replace healthy eating, but rather they supplement an already healthy diet.

When should I start taking prenatal vitamins?

The first trimester is the time during pregnancy when all of the baby’s major organ systems are forming and developing. Evidence shows that the mother’s body will need adequate nutrition “on board” in order for the baby’s growth to be on track, especially when it comes to vitamins such as folic acid.
The baby’s neural tube will begin to close within the first month of pregnancy, during a time when few women even realize they are pregnant! For that reason, it is very important that you start taking prenatal vitamins 2-3 months before you begin trying to conceive.

When should I stop taking prenatal vitamins?

If you are planning to breastfeed, you should continue taking your prenatal vitamins until your baby is weaned.

What if taking prenatal vitamins makes me sick?

Many women who are bothered by nausea, stomach pain and even vomiting are often taking their daily prenatal supplement in the morning and find that taking their prenatal a little later in the day with a snack or meal helps.

Do I need any other supplements or nutrients in addition to prenatal vitamins?

Some women mistakenly believe that if they take prenatal vitamins, they don’t have to worry so much about their diet. However, one of the most important building blocks during pregnancy is protein. Prenatal vitamins do not include protein. You should be sure you have at least 60 g of protein or 6 oz of meat or other protein (such as nuts, seeds, beans, and soy) every day. Having a healthy pregnancy diet plan is one of the best ways to be sure your body is getting all necessary nutrients.
Some women may also need additional calcium and iron, especially in the later months of pregnancy when the needs for these minerals are greatest or if they are on special diets. Be sure to check with your health care provider to see if you need any other supplements.

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