Having pioneered nutrition in pregnancy, Pregnacare has supported healthy pregnancies for over 30 years. Across the range, you’ll find nutritional support for wherever you are on your journey.

UK’s No.1 Pregnancy Supplement.

The pregnancy supplement brand most trusted by mums.

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Pregnancy and Nutrition Guide
Our A-Z of Pregnancy & Nutrition provides important answers for mums-to-be. It covers everything from bloating and weight gain to cravings and vitamin supplements.
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Talk Mum Blog
Whatever stage you’re at in your pregnancy and parenting journey, visit our destination for mums-to-be and parents, with advice, tips and information from our established blogger and mum of two, Gill.
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Baby Shopping Basics
To help plan for your baby's arrival, our checklist provides an essential list of everything a new born baby may need in the early weeks.
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Clinical Trial
Pregnacare Original tablets benefit mums and babies
The groundbreaking study investigated the effect of multiple-micronutrient supplementation on maternal nutrient status, infant birth weight and gestational age at birth in a low-income, multi-ethnic population. British Journal of Nutrition (2010), 104, 437-445.
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Clinical Trial
Study on Pregnacare Conception
As reported in the national press, Vitabiotics 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. ---1 Agrawal, R. et al. Prospective randomised trial of multiple micronutrients in women undergoing ovulation induction; a pilot study, Reproductive BioMedicine (2012) 24, 54-60.
“I have used Pregnacare throughout my pregnancy. I would like to let you know that only Pregnacare is the best supplements for pregnancy, Trust me. Highly recommended!”
— Pregnacare customer, United Kingdom
“100% recommend Pregnacare. I don't think I ever would have fell pregnant without it.”
— Pregnacare customer, United Kingdom
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Bliss is the UK's leading charity for babies born premature or sick. Their work empowers families, influences policy, and enables life-changing research. We support Bliss with ongoing awareness raising on packs and leaflets and are proud sponsors of the Bliss helpline.
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Fertility Network UK
Fertility Network UK provides information, support and advice to all those struggling to conceive – around 1 in 6 couples in the UK today. The network aims to help those affected make some sense of how they are feeling, and hopefully ease that loneliness and isolation on both an emotional and practical level.
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We support
The International Federation for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus is a global organisation with a mission to reduce the incidence of spina bifida and hydrocephalus by prevention, human rights education, political advocacy, research and community building. Pregnacare is the principal partner of the Global Prevention Initiative, which promotes prevention of neural tube defects which may include Folic Acid and Vitamin B12 supplementation
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Reported in UK national press
Wellbeing of Women announces new Vit D research partnership
Vitabiotics is supporting Wellbeing of Women in their mission to help save and improve the lives of women and babies, by funding medical research to find better cures and treatments. Vitamin D deficiency is common in many people, but particularly in pregnant women. Now, with the help of Pregnacare, Wellbeing of Women doctors are researching what this means for the mother and baby.

"Contains micronutrients known to assist healthy conception"

"The Pregnacare brand is the most recommended by midwives"

“It’s got a great mix of ingredients…” 

 “I recommend taking Vitabiotics Pregnacare”

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