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    Which of these causes constipation?

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    Which of these causes constipation?

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    It's iron. The extra iron in your prenatal vitamin can cause the unwanted side effect of constipation. Add to that the slower digestion of pregnancy and it's no wonder you may feel more constipated than usual.


    To avoid backups, eat more fiber and drink extra fluids. Exercising regularly can also help prevent constipation.

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    The extra iron in your prenatal vitamin can have an unwanted side effect -- constipation. Add to that the slower digestion of pregnancy and it's no wonder you may feel more constipated than usual.


    To avoid backups, eat more fiber and drink extra fluids. Exercising regularly can also help prevent constipation. If it's a problem, ask your doctor if it's safe for you to take stool softeners.

    Sorry. That's the wrong answer.


    It's iron. The extra iron in your prenatal vitamin can cause the unwanted side effect of constipation. Add to that the slower digestion of pregnancy and it's no wonder you may feel more constipated than usual.


    To avoid backups, eat more fiber and drink extra fluids. Exercising regularly can also help prevent constipation.

    Sorry. That's the wrong answer.


    It's iron. The extra iron in your prenatal vitamin can cause the unwanted side effect of constipation. Add to that the slower digestion of pregnancy and it's no wonder you may feel more constipated than usual.


    To avoid backups, eat more fiber and drink extra fluids. Exercising regularly can also help prevent constipation.

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