Should I tell a doctor I am taking One-a-Day Women's multivitamin?

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Yes. There are some drug-drug interactions with One-a-Day Women's multivitamin, so you should mention to your doctor that you are taking it when asked for a list of your current medications. Consult a doctor before using One-a-Day Women's multivitamin if you are breastfeeding, pregnant or planning a pregnancy. Certain medical conditions may affect your use of multivitamins, so check with your doctor before you take this drug. Allergic reactions and other One-a-Day Women's multivitamin side effects should be brought to your doctor's attention as well.

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