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This product was given as a generic substitute to my PreCare Prenatal vitamin. I was prescribed the PreCare due to severe constipation issues with my other prenatal (it includes a stool softener). The Vinate also includes a stool softener, however I found it less effective and had to request an additional (separate) softener from my doctor. Aside from that problem I noticed no difference betwee...

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Bridget | 35-44 | Female | On medication for 1 to 6 months | Patient
11/30/2009
Condition: Pregnancy
Overall rating 2.3
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Vinate GT is combined with a stool softener, but is over all hard on the digestive system. I found an over the counter prenatal vitamin that offers a gentle combination that is also a little smaller to allow for better swallowing.

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MilkyWayMomma | 25-34 | Female | On medication for 1 to 6 months | Patient
4/23/2009
Condition: Pregnancy
Overall rating 3.0
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This product was given as a generic substitute to my PreCare Prenatal vitamin. I was prescribed the PreCare due to severe constipation issues with my other prenatal (it includes a stool softener). The Vinate also includes a stool softener, however I found it less effective and had to request an additional (separate) softener from my doctor. Aside from that problem I noticed no difference between my Regular and the generic.

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