Folic Acid
Folic Acid, or folate, is one of the B vitamins important for healthy growth of your unborn baby. It is essential to the normal development of your baby's spine, brain and skull, especially during the first four weeks of your pregnancy. It is, therefore, important to start taking vitamin supplements with Folic Acid before you get pregnant to reduce the risk of neural tube defect


Vitamin B6
This vitamin is the first line treatment for N/V (nausea/vomiting), prevents cardiovascular malformations and protects placenta vascular bed.


CoQ10
Lowers risk of pre-eclampsia, helps to improve oocyte and embryo quality by increasing ATP concentration. It has been found, that low CoQ10 levels in maternal blood have to do with abortions and pre-term deliveries.


Probiotics
Can be used as a treatment for diarrhea, to lower atopic disease.

Antioxidants
Pycnogenol is a potent antioxidant. Recommended intake is 50-120 mg per day. This can be particularly useful for women 40 years of age and older.

Multivitamins
Prenatal vitamins contain all the vitamins and minerals that you need for pregnancy in order to meet all the requirements you and your baby need to be healthy.