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Although PreferaOB should be taken every day, do not worry too much if you occasionally miss a dose. PreferaOB comes in three different products, and the dosage your healthcare provider prescribes will depend on the particular product you are using. Taking this vitamin with food may help minimize nausea and stomach upset.
An Introduction to Dosing With PreferaOBYour dose of PreferaOB® vitamins may vary, depending on the particular product you are using. As is always the case, do not adjust your dosage unless your healthcare provider specifically tells you to do so.
What Is the Recommended PreferaOB Dosage?The usual recommended dosage of PreferaOB is one vitamin/mineral tablet taken once a day. For PreferaOB+DHA™, the usual recommended dose is one vitamin/tablet (the same vitamin and mineral tablet found in PreferaOB) and one softgel, which contains docosahexaenoic acid, also known as DHA. PreferaOB ONE™ is taken once a day and comes as a single softgel, which contains the vitamins, minerals, and DHA all in one capsule.
General Information on Taking PreferaOBSome considerations to keep in mind during treatment with PreferaOB include the following:
- The basic PreferaOB vitamin comes in the form of a tablet. It is normally taken by mouth once a day.
- PreferaOB+DHA comes with one vitamin/mineral tablet and one softgel containing DHA. The tablet and softgel are each taken once a day. You can take them together or at different times.
- PreferaOB ONE comes as one softgel that is taken once a day.
- This product can be taken with or without food. Many women find that taking prenatal vitamins with food can help lessen nausea and stomach upset.
- Let your healthcare provider know if PreferaOB causes significant nausea or vomiting. He or she may have some useful suggestions, or may be able to recommend a different prenatal vitamin.
- For it to work properly, PreferaOB must be taken as prescribed.
- If you are unsure about anything related to your dosage or PreferaOB dosing in general, please talk to your healthcare provider or pharmacist.