one and only
This is the only brand i have used. I started at 3 weeks 5 days pregnant which is when i found out. I have been using it now for 6 days with no problems even my morning sickness has eased off. Tgey are big pills but i take them with nesquik and they slide right down. As others mentioned you get less folate but its still more than the recommended minimum.
Cheaper and bonus of fish oil.
pills are huge
I came across this in the supermarket when I was looking for another brand(which they didn't have) so upon convenience I purchased this. It seemed to be similar in amounts of vitamins and minerals and I found it to be of same quality as Elevit. The convenience of purchasing this from the supermarket was a plus for me instead of trying to get to a chemist specifically. It was also cheaper to buy than other brands.
Can purchase from supermarkets; cheaper than other brands; not missing any vitamins that leading brands offer
Large capsule so harder to swallow
Seems to be a better product for less money. Blackmores is just as good but a little more expensive. Elevit seems over rated. Dr said only folic acid/folate is required if you are eating a balanced and varied diet anyway. It realy depends how much money you need to spend to assure yourself.
Cheaper than Elevit and has all the required vit and min. Has fish oil, Elevit doesn't. Has no copper or vit H like elevit (?). Has more folic acid and calcium.
You need to take 2 tablets a day but only one for Elevit.
most women should take vit and min when pregnant and i found cenovis good quality and cheap in price.The proof is in the pudding i had a 9 pond 2oz baby girl and her length was an amazing 54.2 cm long .
When i found out i was pregnant with my third child i used cenovis formula for pregnant women. Cenovis has the extra vit and min that you need and after a few weeks i found i had more energy my hair and skin improved.
sit them near your tea and coffee so when you wake up for a cup of tea you will remember to take them
My husband bought the bulk packet for me after seeing it on special, I had previously been using Blackmores pregnancy and breastfeeding formula. I really did prefer the Cenovis, I didn't have any side effects at all. I found the Blackmores contributed to morning sickness and made me constipated. It has slightly lower doses of folic acid than Elevit but is still within the recommended daily intake. I bought a bottle of megafol (100 tabs $3.50) to get a bit of extra folic acid for peace of mind. After trying a few pregnancy multi-vitamins though, this is my top ranked.
Price, contains everything you need in the one multi-vitamin (including things that others don't include, like iodine).
This is my top ranked multi-vitamin! I found this product to have the extras that others lacked. I found that other brands made me queasy whereas Cenovis left me feeling fine and with no side effects at all.
Overall if you are looking for a multi-vitamin that is cheap and also a fantastic product then this is the way to go
This multi-vitamin is fantastic, not only does it have more added than other branded multi-vitamins it is also cheaper without the quality of the product being any less of other brands
Less folic acid than Blackmores
I brought this while I was waiting for my pregnancy to be confirmed. It is about half the price that the other brands are and appears to cover all the bases so it provides some peace of mind. It is not one of the recommended brands that doctors and midwives immediately tell you about but it is good if the price is a concern for you.
It is more affordable compared to the other pregnancy supplements. Has all the recommended vitamins and materials. Can be used for breastfeeding as well.
nothing i thought it was fine. I had no issues with it.
I had decided not to bother with multivitamins choosing to maintain a careful diet instead, after I felt sick on the Swisse brand before I had even fallen pregnant. (so much so, I kept thinking I was!)
I found, however, I could not maintain a perfect diet, so I tried a cheaper brand for fear of not persisting. (This was four and half months, after I had recovered from morning sickness). I feel great on these vitamins and the larger tablets go down a lot easier than what I thought they would.
Doesn't make me feel ill. Full of good oils. Cheaper than other brands.
Large pills. Must take two a day.
Best I've come across...
I started taking this after I found out I was four weeks pregnant. Doesn't make me sick or constipated. It's almost half the price of the others, and has almost the exact same things in it.
Because the tablets are big, and I usually can't take big tablets, I drink chai tea whilst taking them. The warm water helps it go down. I'm also appreciative there is a gel like coating over the tablets, so it's much easier than some other brands.
I live this tablet. I'll keep taking it.
Didn't make me sick, constipated, etc. cheap. Very high quality.
Big tablets, twice a day.
Great Product, I love it!
I started taking this about a week ago as we are about to start trying for a baby. I had been feeling a little under the weather before I started taking it (feeling sick, not sleeping well and headaches all the time). Since I started taking the tablets, I feel great! I will continue to take them until I finish breastfeeding bub, which I don't know when that will be as I'm not pregnant yet.
Inexpensive, has everything reccommended for pre-conception, pregnancy and no need to switch while breastfeeding
i wouldn't buy these or recomend these to anyone as find they made me throw up every time i took one and i don't easily throw up i normaly have a iron stomach.
there were no pros on this product for me.
big tablets, threw up every time after taking them only tried them for three days before going back to my normal brand.
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