Nutrition Support for Every Step with OB Complete® Prenatal Dietary Supplements

Support a healthy pregnancy for you and baby with a comprehensive prenatal dietary supplement that can help you get the nutrients you need before, during, and after pregnancy.1

OB Complete® Prenatal Dietary Supplements

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Pay as little as $10 for a 30-day supply (and we’ll pay the rest up to $50).

For a 60-day supply → you pay as little as $20 → we pay up to $100.

For a 90-day supply → you pay as little as $30 → we pay up to $150.

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Why OB Complete® Petite and OB Complete® One prenatal dietary supplements?

Whether you’re pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or are a new mother, OB Complete® is committed to helping you every step of the way

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Only about 1/3 of women start taking prenatal dietary supplements before they get pregnant. OB Complete® provides nutritional support throughout the time you are trying to conceive.2

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All formulations of OB Complete® are indicated to improve the nutritional status of women prior to conception, throughout pregnancy, and in the postnatal period.1

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Iron plays an important role in a healthy pregnancy. OB Complete® One and OB Complete® Petite contain Ferronyl® (carbonyl iron). Based on older data from 1999 to 2006, an estimated 18.6% of pregnant women have iron deficiency; of those, an estimated 16.2% have anemia.3

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Exclusive insights from our nutrition expert, including information and tips about nutrition throughout pregnancy, as well as specific recipes for every stage.

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Where are you on your pregnancy journey?

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How to have a healthy pregnancy, with Dr. Avena

Dr. Nicole Avena is a nutrition expert with a special focus on helping moms-to-be and babies get the right start in life through good nutrition. She is the author of What to Eat When You’re Pregnant, a best-selling guide for good nutrition during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Her new book, What to Feed Your Baby and Toddler, helps new parents navigate the ins and outs of feeding an infant and toddler in order to help them develop a healthy palate and relationship with good, wholesome foods.

Roasted or Raw Beet Salad

30 min recipe Trying to Conceive
This salad is simple and gives you the option to roast your beets or eat them raw. More 

Be One Step Ahead!

1 min read Trying to Conceive
Whether you’re thinking about it, just starting to “try,” or you’ve been at it for awhile, good nutrition makes a big difference for you and your baby. More 

Garlicky Spinach Omelets With Sweet Potato Mash

30 min recipe Pregnant
Eggs are great for any meal, but especially breakfast because they are filling (goodbye snacking!)… More 

Should You Worry About Your Vitamin A Intake?

1 min read Pregnant
Vitamin A is essential for the healthy development of baby’s organs (heart, lungs, kidneys)… More 

Easy Turmeric, Turkey, Sweet Potato, & Zucchini Bowls

30 min recipe New Mom
This is a great recipe to help you get all the energy you need while nursing, but it’s also easy to make so it won’t take up too much of your precious time. More 

Nutritional Mindfulness When Breastfeeding

1 min read New Mom
Now that you’re no longer pregnant, you still need to be mindful to avoid too much high-mercury fish while breastfeeding. More 

For Healthcare Professionals

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These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

This content is for informational and educational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician, pediatrician, or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding diet and exercise during and after pregnancy, or other medical condition.

References:

  1. OB Complete® [prescribing information]. Bridgewater, NJ: Vertical Pharmaceuticals; 2018.
  2. March of Dimes. Fewer than half of U.S. women take recommended vitamins prior to pregnancy, according to March of Dimes new prenatal health and nutrition survey. https://www.marchofdimes.org/news/fewer-than-half-of-u-s-women-take-recommended-vitamins-prior-to-pregnancy-according-to-march-of-dimes-new-prenatal-health-nutrition-survey.aspx. Published September 17, 2017. Accessed July 31, 2019.
  3. US Preventive Services Task Force. Iron deficiency in pregnant women: screening and supplementation. USPSTF website. https://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/Page/Document/RecommendationStatementFinal/iron-deficiency-anemia-in-pregnant-women-screening-and-supplementation. Published March 2016. Accessed July 31, 2019.