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#1 of 3 Old 02-25-2013, 06:12 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I'm still nursing my 3.5 year old twins a couple of times a day each and I just found out that I'm expecting again.  I see my doctor tomorrow, but I wanted to also ask those of you who may have been in a similar situation as well...should I be taking more than the normal prenatal vitamin because I'm also still nursing?  Thanks!

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Congrats!  WTG on nursing twins so long mama :)   You might try on the pregnancy boards for more suggestions too.  I'd guess that by 3.5 they aren't nursing much, taking your prenatal, and having good nutrition would be paramount. 


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Whoa!! I second Momsteader's comment. AWESOME for nursing, and CONGRATULATIONS on the new babe!

 

I would maybe look for things that have good bioavailablity in addition to your prenatal. Smoothies are a great way to pack a powerhouse of nutrients into one easy beverage that you can cater to your palate!

 

Best wishes on your pregnancy!!
 

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