What if during pregnancy there was no vitamin injection?
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During pregnancy, the nutritional needs of women increase significantly, both from macronutrients (carbohydrates, proteins, fats) and micronutrients such as vitamins and minerals. Vitamins and minerals play an important role in fetal development and growth at various stages of pregnancy. Most of these vitamins and minerals are in the daily diet, but in certain conditions women need vitamins and minerals in supplement form, such as vitamin deficiency, severe nausea, vomiting in pregnancy or hyperemesis gravidarum, and twin pregnancy.
In addition, many also recommend to continue taking supplements, especially folic acid, to prevent neural tube abnormalities in the fetus. Safe and recommended supplements for pregnant women are multivitamins that are sold freely specifically for pregnant women, folic acid, iron, vitamin D, magnesium, fish oil containing DHA, ginger to relieve nausea, vomiting, and probiotics.
These supplements are available in pill preparations that can be taken and purchased freely, so that supplementation by injection does not need to be given. Supplemental injections or vitamins are usually given in conditions of vitamin deficiency that require prompt treatment, such as vitamin K deficiency and vitamin B12. So, if you don't have a deficiency condition like that, taking supplements in oral pill preparations is the main thing that is recommended for you.
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