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†Ideal for women who cannot swallow capsules due to morning sickness.

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Your prescription can be picked up at your local pharmacy or delivered to your home.

Pay $25 or less co-pay

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Free home delivery and co-pay savings automatically applied. Automatic refill available. Learn More


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Instantly download your co-pay savings card and show card at your local pharmacy to receive savings.

Up to $65 maximum savings off all vitaMedMD brand prenatals, or up to $50 maximum savings off all Prena1 authorized generics. Offer subject to change. See offer terms and conditions. Not valid for Medicaid or other similar state or federally funded healthcare program.

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The Difference Between Prescription and OTC Prenatal Vitamins

Choosing whether to take a prescription or over-the-counter (OTC) prenatal vitamin can come down to quality of ingredients and convenience. With a vitaPearl prescription, you can enjoy one pill daily, quality iron, DHA, and folic acid...  Learn More

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Are You Getting Enough Folic Acid?

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