Pregnancy can bring forth a myriad of health concerns; such as nausea, fatigue, and migraines. Although prenatal vitamins, along with diet and exercise, ease these, there are other supplements that can be helpful. B6 is good for nausea, iron for fatigue, and niacin for the migraines. Adding these supplements to your daily regimen can make for a smoother pregnancy.
- Although prenatal vitamins are necessary, supplements may be just what your body needs to quickly feel better.
- Between 70 to 80 percent of pregnant women will experience nausea and vomiting, especially during the first trimester when hormones are in full force.
- many women are already iron deficient when they become pregnant because of menstruation or a lack or iron in the diet
“Acid reflux is common during pregnancy and up to 45 percent of women complain of heartburn, indigestion and belching.”