So I bought some Geritol Tonic and I'm wondering when to take it, how many times a day to take it, how much do I take and when do I stop taking it in each cycle? I'm on CD2 right now so I'm wondering if I should start and how much to take?
I've actually been thinking of taking this just as a multivitamin supplement (though if it helps with TTC, that's great too) since I only take folic acid and having found any other prenatal multis I like. Just curious where you got it? I've been having trouble finding it in the UK (though it's a common thing back in the U.S.).
Thanks! I did just look and see it on Amazon. I might get some and see if the iron works for me (this is usually my problem with prenatals, the iron is too hard to digest).
As far as how much to take, I'm just guessing but I imagine you just follow the package instructions for dosage. It's just a multivitamin, so I would take it the way you would any other vitamin. Just make sure if you are taking any other vitamins/prenatals, you aren't overdosing yourself on any of them, especially iron and any of the fat soluble vitamins.
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