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FABFOL Pregnancy Review + Giveaway

Pregnancy comes with a lot of do’s and don’ts.

Do: eat a wide variety of healthy food and drink more water, keep those fluids up. Don’t: smoke or drink alcohol. Do: regular light exercise. Don’t: eat processed meats or soft cheese.

In addition to them, one of the most important must do tasks is taking a pregnancy multivitamin. During the first trimester antenatal vitamins are vital for mums-to-be, as they ensure all the required nutrients are being received by both mum and baby.

FABFOL Pregnancy review

With so many options of preconception, pregnancy and breastfeeding vitamins, it is difficult to know which ones to trust and which ones offer the most for you and your developing baby. I am currently pregnant with baby number four (saying that still takes me by surprise!) and for each pregnancy I have used a different brand. However this time, I couldn’t find any of the ones I had previously used in stores or chemists and had to try yet another one. It was horrible! It didn’t matter if I ate while taking the vitamin or not, it would make me feel sick and repeat a foul taste all day. This lasted a few weeks before I couldn’t do it anymore and sought after something more pleasant.

FABFOL Pregnancy Review

I discovered FABFOL pregnancy vitamins shortly after as I was still in my first trimester and required folic acid at minimum.  I will admit after my previous vitamin disaster, I was sceptical. Thankfully there were no horrible side effects; this included no bad after taste or constipation and I only had to take one vitamin a day!

Click here for more information on why it is so important to take vitamins while pregnant.

I love that FABFOL is gentle on the stomach and is specially formulated to provide me (and other mothers-to-be and breastfeeding mums) the essential nutrients to maintain energy and vitality along with ensuring the best start to life for my baby. Packed with vitamins and minerals – with a focus on folic acid, iodine and vitamin B, you are maintaining your general wellbeing while giving additional benefits to your baby.

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PRIZE INCLUDES: 2x month supply of FABFOL Pregnancy multivitamins.

FABFOL Pregnancy review | All Mum Said

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Disclosure: I received the above pregnancy multivitamin for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own.

*I am not a medical professional. Please consult your doctor should you have any questions regarding this product.

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9 Comments

  1. sonya n
    25/07/2015 / 3:30 pm

    My worst symptom with my first pregnancy, particularly in the very early stages, was excess salivation – it was so embarrassing because I’d be talking and suddenly realise I was drooling!

  2. Ern
    25/07/2015 / 7:58 pm

    She’s going to murder me for saying this online, but gas. Pregnancy makes my wife fart like a trooper. To me it’s hilarious, but it mortifies her with her mindset being that ladies don’t fart and all that. It’s a part of nature and I’m glad for it, lightens things up, gives us something to laugh about. And it’s not like she’s in pain or anything, just gassy lol

  3. Kasey Evans
    27/07/2015 / 7:42 pm

    It would have to be morning sickness…..well for me it was allday sickness with dry reaching, actual vomitting and zero energy and it lasted for 3 hell long months (I’d rather give birth then have morning sickness).

  4. Caroline Lissaman
    27/07/2015 / 10:31 pm

    Extreme fatigue. I fell asleep in the bath and woke up very cold and uncomfortable!

  5. Jessica Ashbrooke
    06/08/2015 / 12:25 pm

    Morning sickness well all day sickness for me, I can’t seam to keep anything down and if it’s like my first I’ve got another 6 months of this crap. Lol

  6. Lydia Rofe
    07/08/2015 / 11:02 pm

    Restless Legs from 28 weeks. The lack of sleep was horrific.

  7. Renee Ballantyne
    12/08/2015 / 9:18 am

    car sickness, I got it terribly with my first and my second child….made it difficult when we went on our babymoon driving holiday down south

  8. Jessica Ashbrooke
    27/08/2015 / 8:40 pm

    Thanks so much all mum said I’ve been forgetting to buy some pregnancy vitamins was only just thinking bout it this morning at my clinic appointment. So stoked to have won. Yay thanks might give me some more energy too.

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