The Complete High-Dose Antioxidant Blend for Cell Protection
Once-a-day pre and post natal health supplement
Complete Antenatal Health Supplement with DHA/EPA
The Better Absorbed Calcium with Prebiotics (FOS)
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Pregnancy is undoubtedly the most exciting yet challenging time in a woman’s (and dad-to-be's) life.
And the most remarkable thing about pregnancy is that it doesn’t really matter whether this is your first or third child because each pregnancy is unique and equally wondrous. In every pregnancy, the parent is mainly concerned and anxious about just one thing – having a healthy baby.
Here at Pregnancy&Me, we understand the current needs of modern parent! Hence, we are providing a revolutionary public health education campaign that will change the way you learn about your body, conception, parenthood and other healthcare issues close to heart.
*Take one tablet daily or as recommended by your physician.
A balanced diet is a basic part of good health at all times in your life. During pregnancy, your diet is even more important. The foods you eat are the main source of nutrients for your baby. As your baby grows, you will need more of most nutrients.
Early in pregnancy, morning sickness can affect your eating habits. You may crave certain foods or not feel like eating. If this happens, try to take a variety of food  or a reliable antenatal health supplement daily to help ensure you are getting the right amount & variety of nutrients for you and your growing baby.
Obimin Film Coated tablets containskey vitamins & minerals important fora healthy pregnancy
Vitamin B ComplexEssential for energy metabolism and foetal cell development
Vitamin C Enhances iron absorption
Vitamin D Enhances calcium absorption
Calcium Essential mineral for baby and mother’s bones and teeth
Folic Acid Essential for growth and cells division and plays an important role in the formation of red blood cells. Protects against malformation of the spine (Spina bifida), skull and brain (anencephaly).
Iron Essential for producing extra red blood cells needed by both mother and baby. Prenatal prophylactic iron supplementation significantly lowers the incidence of low-birthweight and preterm low-birth-weight babies.
Copper Essential for blood cell development
Iodine Assists in the development of the thyroid gland and its hormones