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Who should not take ICaps?

ICaps should not be taken by women who are pregnant or breastfeeding as some vitamins can harm the fetus or pass on to a newborn through breast milk. If you are already taking a multivitamin, consult your doctor before taking ICaps. Your doctor may choose to adjust dosing instructions for one or both multivitamins. ICaps may affect other medical conditions or treatments. Do not start taking a vitamin or mineral without first talking to your doctor if you have any health problems or conditions.

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