Before Pregnancy Supplements
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UK’s No.1 conception brand
What’s inside Pregnacare?
Over 20 key nutrients including
Zinc contributes to normal fertility and reproduction
Iodine contributes to normal production of thyroid hormones and function
Vitamin D has a role in the process of cell division
Folic Acid contributes to normal tissue growth during pregnancy
Specially formulated with an ideal, moderate level of Iron
Vitamins B2, B6 and B12 contribute to normal red blood cell formation
These are core nutrients. For a comprehensive nutrients list, please refer to the individual product pages.
Did you know?
During ovulation an egg travels along one of the two fallopian tubes that connect your ovaries to your uterus. If the timing is right, sperm may fertilize it on its way to the uterus. If fertilization doesn't happen within 24 hours of the egg leaving the ovary, the egg dissolves.
Folic acid is required in the first weeks of life.
The Department of Health recommends that you should take a daily supplement of 400 micrograms of folic one month before and up to three months after conception, when your baby's spine is developing.
How well do you know your menstrual cycle?
The first phase starts with the first day of bleeding during your period and ends with ovulation. Between days 2 and 14, your body releases hormones that help thicken the lining of your uterus to get ready for a fertilized egg in preparation for possible pregnancy.
Safeguard your nutrient levels when you come off the pill.
If you have been on the pill for a long time you may be low on certain vitamins and minerals especially the B-group vitamins. Research suggests that the use of oral contraceptive pills has been associated with lower levels of vitamin B12.
You can get pregnant when you are menstruating.
Research suggests that women may be fertile as early as day 4 of their cycle (day one is taken as the first day of bleeding) therefore pregnancy could occur at any point in a cycle.
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Pregnacare Scientific Research
Study on Pregnacare Conception
Study on Vitamin D in Pregnancy
Pregnacare Conception has been used by women undergoing ovulation induction who are trying to conceive in a published UK pilot study, carried out at the Royal Free Hospital, and widely reported in the national press. (Agrawal, R. et al. Prospective randomised trial of multiple micronutrients in women undergoing ovulation induction; a pilot study, Reproductive BioMedicine (2012) 24, 54-60. Using the actual Pregnacare Conception formula as detailed in the study and in use at time of publication).
An original study using Pregnacare assessed the effect of supplementation of vitamin D throughout pregnancy on vitamin D status of women and on the cord blood of their infants. (Alhomaid, R., Mulhern, M., Cassidy, L., Laird, E., Healy, M., Strain, S., Livingstone MBE, Parker MJ & McCann, M. (2020). Effect of vitamin D supplementation on Vitamin D status in pregnant women: Findings from the MO-VITD study. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 79(OCE2), E99).
The tablets provide 400µg Folic Acid as recommended by the UK Department of Health for all women from the start of trying to conceive. It also includes Zinc which contributes to normal fertility and reproduction.
Pregnacare Him and Her Conception tablets, is a dual pack with Pregnacare Conception for ‘Her’ plus Wellman Conception for ‘Him’. Wellman Conception is formulated specifically to support reproductive health in men. It includes Zinc which contributes to normal fertility and normal testosterone levels in the blood. Plus specialist nutrients Siberian Ginseng, Peruvian Maca and CoQ10.