I’m 15 weeks pregnant, and when I checked with the doctor yesterday, I was given vitamin Caviplex and anelat, and when I checked with another doctor, I was given ramabion again, if you drink it together or not … max
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Caviplex, anelate, and ramabion, these three are supplements that are often prescribed to pregnant women. In each caplet, Caviplex contains vitamins A, D, B1, B6, B2, B12, C, E, biotin, folic acid, nicotinamide, Ca pantothenic, Fe fumarate, glutamic acid, calcium, MgCO3, Zn, Cu, Mn, fluor , and iodine. In each tablet, anelate contains folic acid. Meanwhile, ramabion contains manganese sulfate, folic acid, ferrogluconate, copper sulfate, vitamin C, and also vitamin B12.
You can observe from our explanation above that there are indeed some ingredients in the three types of supplements that overlap. Therefore, you should not use them simultaneously, especially in the long term, unless under direct supervision and instruction from a doctor or obstetrician. We are not authorized to recommend or prohibit concurrent use without directly examining you, because each person's supplement needs may vary. We recommend that you consult this directly with the doctor who treats you.
Nutritional intake, not only vitamins and minerals, plays a very important role in maintaining the health of pregnant women, including supporting the development of the fetus in the womb. Therefore, you should not only focus on supplements, but also consume foods that are varied and of high nutritional value, including vegetables and fruits. Also, balance this by drinking enough, taking regular breaks, managing stress well, and staying away from smoking or consuming alcohol.
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dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah