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Do prenatal vitamins interact with other medications and food?

There is no specific information about whether prenatal vitamins interact with other medications and food. If your vitamin contains iron, it may interfere with the absorption of other medications so consult your doctor. Be careful with all medications when you are pregnant. Make sure that you discuss all possible drug interactions -- which drugs or vitamins you should and should not take -- while pregnant.

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