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I switched to these after learning that the prenatals that a nutritionist recommended were listed as being high in lead content on the web. They were Rainbow Lite. I still have some and will finish them eventually- but these Stuart ones give me peace of mind now- they were listed as low lead. And they are easy to swallow! The bottle is nice too- not too huge.
I have been using Stuart Prenatal tablets for years and I see miraculous results. My hair, nails and skin all change for the better, due to the added vitamins and minerals that are added for expecting and lactating mothers.
I looked in the stores for a prenatal vitamin. There were so many, but this was the only one with most of the vitamins going to 100%. Most of the other prenatal vitamin have 33% or to about 50% of the vitamins. What would be the point in taking a third of what you need unless you double your dosage requirement which defeats the purpose since it will last less than a month. More like one thrid of the month. so I bought Stuarts for that reason. it's a bit pricy unless you can find it on sale some where. Also It is small, easy to swallow and by the end of the month I loved the quality of my menses. Over all I think that I made a great choice. I only had it for a little over a month will keep you posted if any thing has changed.
I love these vitamins because they're thinner than most prenatal vitamins and they're coated which makes them super easy to swallow. The only drawback is they're expensive. However since swallowing big pills is a huge issue for me, it's worth the extra money.
My fiance and I decided to plan a family, so I ordered Stuart Prenatal Vitamins as to start getting prepared early. Then I got pregnant! When I went to the Dr. I expected her to write a prescription for an expensive prenatal vitamin, but when I told her I was on Stuart Prenatal she said it wasn't necessary for her to write a prescription for them and that Stuart Prenatal Vitamins were just as good. Her mother even took them when she was pregnant with her. In the end it has saved me a lot of money on expensive prescriptions.
I'm currently using these with my second pregnancy (I used them with my first after I got tired of choking down the prescription pills). These are relatively slender pills that go down pretty easily. I find that my stomach is a bit sensitive after I take them, but I'm in the morning sickness phase now, so just about anything upsets my stomach.
The description doesn't mention it, but these vitamins meet the USP standards for dissolution. I wanted to point that out, since it's a key thing to consider when choosing a prenatal vitamin.