Yes, it is generally recommended that women of childbearing age take a prenatal supplement if they are not trying to prevent pregnancy, are planning a pregnancy in the near future, are trying to get pregnant, are pregnant or are breastfeeding. This recommendation is based on the fact that up to 45% of pregnancies are unintended. In addition, many of these pregnancies go undetected during the first four to six weeks, which is a vital time for organ development, especially for the baby's brain and spinal cord.
If you are not trying to prevent a pregnancy, if you are planning a pregnancy in the near future, if you are trying to get pregnant, we advise you to take our +ferti food supplement. Once your pregnancy is confirmed, then we advise you to take our +mum food supplement.