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I know from experience with morning sickness that elevit was the best for me at the time. Smaller tab than most and only had to take the one. No Taste.
You also take elevit from the day you try to concieve up until the day you stop breastfeeding. My doc tells me that it is the best alrounder you can take.
you shouldn't take more than 500micrograms of folate a day, unless under dr's orders (such as if you have a risk of having a SB baby). the blackmores preg & bf gold contains 250 micrograms per tablet and you take 2 per day.
[Edited on 12/02/2010]
I am on blackmores and It really helps me!! I have been taking it since I had my 1st son back in nov 08.
Goodluck with testing!!
I did more research this time and am taking Blackmores. It contains iodine (which is lacking in most women's diets and very important) and elevit does not. Bonus is it is cheaper! It does make me nauseous, but that is easy fixed by taking it just before bed, rather than in the morning.
I took the conceive well one for a few months, then decided it was waste of money and just switched to the pregnancy and bf one. Turns out I was already preg anyway smile