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NUTRITION IN PREGNANCY

Nutrition is the intake of food necessary for optimal health.

Choices regarding maternal nutrition and lifestyle affect maternal and child health.

The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that women develop healthy dietary behaviors prior, during and after their pregnancy for optimal maternal and infant health outcomes.

The goal of prenatal nutrition is to provide for the optimal development of the fetus and to support maternal health.

Nutrition in Pregnancy Drug Information

Drug Information

Indication: Dietary supplement for prevention of neural tube defect.

Indication: Prevention & treatment of Ca deficiency.

Florxine
folic acid + pyridoxine hydrochloride

Indication: Dietary supplement that helps restore pyridoxine & folic acid levels needed for good health during early g...

Indication: Fe deficiency w/ & w/o anaemia. Prophylaxis of Fe deficiency during pregnancy.

Indication: Fe deficiency w/ or w/o anaemia. Prophylactic therapy of Fe deficiency to cover the recommended daily dietary ...

Indication: Fe deficiency w/ or w/o anaemia. Prevention of Fe & folic acid deficiency before, during & after pregn...

Indication: Fe deficiency w/ or w/o anemia. Prophylactic therapy of Fe deficiency during pregnancy.

Neurobion
cyanocobalamin + pyridoxine + thiamine

Indication: Neurological & other disorders associated w/ disturbances of metabolic functions influenced by vit B compl...

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