If You Already Get Pregnancy Vitamins, Do You Still Need To Consume Pregnant Milk?
Morning, I am 5w pregnant, the medicine given from the doctor during the check-up is folamil genio, biosanbe, and calcifar plus, taken 1×1 at the same time, now I am asking whether it is good for my womb, not excessive? and is it enough with the vitamin, no need to drink milk for pregnant women ?, please explain yes I am confused because this is my first pregnancy.
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In early pregnancy, the mother really needs to get adequate nutrition to support the development of the fetus in its womb, including the development of the brain, nervous system, bones, and various other organ systems. Not only that, adequate nutrition in pregnant women is also useful for maintaining maternal stamina, preventing mothers from anemia, and also increasing maternal endurance.
These nutrients actually do not always have to be obtained from supplements. By consuming a variety of foods and drinks that contain balanced nutritional value, you can also meet these nutritional needs. However, not a few mothers are worried about not being able to meet their nutritional needs, for example due to limited types of food, severe vomiting, or other medical disorders. Therefore, doctors will generally provide additional pregnancy supplements to ensure that your nutritional needs and the fetus in your womb are met properly.
Folamil genio contains various types of vitamins and minerals in it, including folate, vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B7, B12, D3, K1, Calcium D-pantothenate, calcium carbonate, copper gluconate, iron, DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), and also ARA (arachidonic acid). Biosanbe contains vitamin C, folic acid, cyanocobalamine, and various other minerals, such as Fe gluconate, manganese sulfate, and copper sulfate. Meanwhile, calcifar contains calcium hydrogen phosphate dihydrate. These three types of supplements are relatively safe to consume during pregnancy provided that it is under direct supervision from a doctor.
There is no requirement for pregnant women to consume pregnant milk. In fact, the consumption of pregnant milk, as well as the consumption of pregnancy supplements, is intended to meet the nutritional needs of the mother and fetus during pregnancy. Therefore, if you do not have problems in taking pregnancy supplements from a doctor, it really does not matter if you do not consume pregnant milk. However, even if you want to consume pregnant milk, this is not dangerous for you.
That's all our explanation. For more details, please consult directly with your doctor or obstetrician who treats you.
I hope this helps.