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Could My Prenatal Vitamins Make Me Feel Sick Or Nauseated?

Prenatal vitamins have a lot going for them. For starters, they act as a nutritional safety net of sorts for expectant mothers to help reduce the risk of both birth defects and preterm birth. Secondly, preliminary research suggests they may lessen the chance of autism. And thirdly, supplementing with vitamin B6 has been linked with reduced levels of morning sickness. However, here’s the rub, for all the good prenatal vitamins undoubtedly do, they are by no means a cure-all. And, pertinently, this just so happens to be especially true when it comes to nausea. You see, even allowing for vitamin B6’s nausea-quelling properties, there’s still no denying the fact that prenatal vitamins can make some pregnant women feel nauseated. More to the point, this is particularly true in cases where there is a background of morning sickness. Now, if we consider that as many as 80% of pregnant women report some form of morning sickness, it becomes clear that we are not talking about an isolated phenome

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Hello ! Nina Here, I am a blogger and a mother to 5 lovely children (blended family), with our 6th bundle of joy, Joylin who was born on 10.27.2020. Our Family is now complete.
As you can see, I’m an experienced mommy with the joys of motherhood becoming more challenging than ever in this Day n age of Internet, smartphones and chaos. I want to help other mothers make the most of what they have so they can be their best selves and be the best parents they can ever be.
In this "mommy blog" I hope to share my experiences, my fears, my dreams, tips and tricks and everything I have learned on this many years of being a 5 star mommy. If you were looking for tips on how to deal with morning sickness during pregnancy, on how to make a fantastic grocery trip, how to get the best value for the lowest price... you have come to the right place !