Pregnant woman taking prenatal vitamins

The 50 Top-Rated Prenatal Vitamins for a Healthy Pregnancy

Whether this is your first pregnancy, your fifth or you’re simply trying to get pregnant, there are plenty of times a woman switches around her prenatal vitamins and you should always check with your doctor before starting any new vitamin regimen. You may have had bad luck with your prescription or maybe you’re having specific problems during your pregnancy. You may just want to try to find something better or you’re trying to take a more natural approach. Whatever your reasoning in looking, there are vitamins out there to help you on your path.

We’ve found the 50 best prenatal vitamins below to help you make the right choice for you and your little one. Below you’ll find them listed in alphabetical order. Ratings are based on Amazon and are current at the time of this publication.

1. AZO Cranberry Gummies, Daily Urinary Health Dietary Supplement

AZO Cranberry Gummies Daily Urinary Health Dietary Supplement

Current Rating: 4.2

There are dozens of secret little side effects that no one tells you about before you get pregnant. One of those is that you’re much more likely to develop Urinary Tract Infections. If you just can’t seem to stomach the cranberry juice, this is a great little substitute. And it doesn’t have all that added sugar!

Key Features:

  • Gummy vitamins
  • One serving is equal to one glass of cranberry juice
  • Only 2g of sugar and 15 calories

Cost: Est. $18

Find additional multivitamins by viewing our list of The Best Multivitamins for Women.

2. Bellybar Chewable Prenatal Vitamins

Bellybar Chewable Prenatal Vitamins

Current Rating: 4.3

Getting all the nutrients baby needs in pill form usually means you’re facing a large, intimidating pill every day. And if you’re pregnant, you may struggle with getting and keeping them down. This chewable vitamin is a nice alternative that may keep you from losing your lunch.

Key Features:

  • Chewable vitamin
  • All the nutrients without the giant pill to swallow
  • 120% of your daily recommended dose of iron

Cost: Est. $29

3. Best Nest Wellness Mama Bird AM/PM Prenatal Multivitamin

Best Nest Wellness Mama Bird AM-PM Prenatal Multivitamin

Current Rating: 4.6

This prenatal is a good alternative if you’re finding yourself sensitive to certain foods like gluten or dairy. Or even if you’re just trying to ensure you consume no preservatives while pregnant. This vitamin has no iron so you won’t constipate as easily and is a vegetarian food.

Key Features:

  • Made with organic, whole foods
  • No iodine or iron
  • Only 1 tablet a day

Cost: Est. $30

4. Buried Treasure Prenatal Complete Supplement, 16 Ounce

Buried Treasure Prenatal Complete Supplement 16 Ounce

Current Rating: 3.4

If you can’t stomach the pills, maybe you can stomach the liquid supplement. You just pop it in your morning drink and it’s done for the day. It has a complete dose of all your baby needs, including folic acid for fetal development and omega-3 fatty acid DHA for brain development.

Key Features:

  • Wheat, gluten and yeast free
  • Vegetarian safe
  • Liquid vitamin

Cost: Est. $26

5. Dr. Fuhrman’s Gentle Prenatal Multivitamin & Mineral Supplement with Iron

Dr Fuhrmans Gentle Prenatal Multivitamin & Mineral Supplement with Iron

Current Rating: 4.1

If you’ve read a lot about prenatal vitamins, you know there’s some controversy on certain vitamins being included in your recommended dose. This vitamin subscribes to the idea that folic acid (along with Vitamins A and E) is potentially harmful to you while pregnant and makes attempts to compensate for its absence in this vitamin. Along with this, however, it is a uniquely gentle vitamin that will prevent some of the harsh effect iron can have on your stomach.

Key Features:

  • No folic acid, Vitamin A, E or beta carotene
  • Vegan food
  • 100% of your recommended daily iron intake

Cost: Est. $46

6. Dr. Henry’s Prental + Vitamin – 60 Vegetable Capsules

Dr Henrys Prental - Vitamin - 60 Vegetable Capsules

Current Rating: 5.0

This prenatal vitamin comes in capsule form and is wonderful for your overly sensitive pregnant stomach. It contains no corn, wheat, diary, soy, sodium, coloring, artificial flavoring or preservatives. And, should the capsules still be a trouble for your sensitive pregnancy gag reflex, they easily open to put into your food or drink. We do need to at least mention this is not an FDA certified food, but that’s often the case with all-natural prenatal vitamins, so don’t let it put you off.

Key Features:

  • Vegan and GMO free
  • All organic
  • 150% daily dose of iron

Cost: Est. $25

7. Emerald Laboratories – Prenatal Multi Vit-A-Min

Emerald Laboratories - Prenatal Multi Vit-A-Min

Current Rating: 4.2

This is an all-natural alternative to traditional prenatal vitamins. It is especially beneficial for those on strict diets or sensitive stomachs. It’s gentle formula of enzymes and probiotic supplements designed for maximum absorption with minimum harshness. It is like its all natural counterparts, not FDA certified and you will need to take 4 pills throughout the day. But if you’re looking for the natural alternative for your sensitive stomach, this may work best for your body and baby’s.

Key Features:

  • 4 daily prenatal vitamins
  • Raw whole food
  • Free of corn, milk, salt, sugar wheat yeast and preservatives

Cost: Est. $45

8. Enfamil Expecta Prenatal Dietary Supplement, 30 Count

Enfamil Expecta Prenatal Dietary Supplement 30 Count

Current Rating: 4.1

Did you know Enfamil makes a prenatal vitamin? It makes two actually, made to be taken in conjunction: a multivitamin and a DHA softgel. The multivitamin does not include iron, which may help you with your constipation issues and the DHA in the softgel does not come from fish products. (So no fishy aftertaste!) It also has a hint of lemon to help calm your stomach naturally.

Key Features:

  • 1 multivitamin and 1 DHA softgel daily
  • Iron free
  • Mercury-free DHA

Cost: Est. $15

9. First Response Prenatal and Postnatal Multivitamin Gummy, 90 Count

First Response Prenatal and Postnatal Multivitamin Gummy 90 Count

Current Rating: 3.7

When it comes to picking your gummy vitamin, sometimes it’s all about the flavor. You want to make sure the vitamin has what baby needs, of course; and this vitamin has what most would call the “standard” vitamins: Vitamins A, C, D, B, DHA, Niacin, Folic acid, calcium, zinc, phosphorus. But a vitamin that has all the basics does you know good if you can’t keep it down. This orange punch flavor may be just up your alley.

Key Features:

  • 2 daily gummy vitamins
  • Iron free
  • Orange Punch flavor

Cost: Est. $25

10. Garden of Life Prenatal Gummy Vitamin – mykind Organics Gummy Multivitamin for Women

Garden of Life Prenatal Gummy Vitamin - mykind Organics Gummy Multivitamin for Women 120 Count Certified Organic Fruit Chews

Current Rating: 4.1

If you read the ingredients list on the foods you eat, this one will be sure to make you breathe a sigh of relief. We recognize every single ingredient. And you will, too! This vitamin prides itself on getting you the best nutrients for your baby by utilizing the appropriate fruits and vegetables. Worthy of note, the only vitamins you see in other prenatals you won’t see in these are iron, calcium and DHA.

Key Features:

  • USDA certified organic, non-GMO verified
  • 8% daily dose of fiber
  • 4 daily gummy vitamins

Cost: Est. $25

11. Garden of Life Prenatal Multivitamin Supplement – mykind Organic Prenatal Once Daily

Garden of Life Prenatal Multivitamin Supplement - mykind Organic Prenatal Once Daily

Current Rating: 4.2

With some notable differences, this is the pill version of the gummy listed above. The biggest difference is, of course, the ingredients. Most notably, this pill contains iron. In conjunction with this, there are a few more ingredients that aren’t strictly fruits and vegetables, but it is still all organic and still all whole foods. This vitamin is perfect for moms-to-be, pregnant and lactating women.

Key Features:

  • 1 tablet daily
  • Ginger and lemon to help fight nausea
  • USDA certified Organic, Non-GMO verified

Cost: Est. $70

12. Garden of Life Prenatal Vitamins – Vitamin Code Raw Prenatal Whole Food Multivitamin

Garden of Life Prenatal Vitamins - Vitamin Code Raw Prenatal Whole Food Multivitamin

Current Rating: 4.3

This vitamin has a few little extras that really add to its desirability. The first is the biggest thing they advertise: its vitamins are made with raw whole foods. That means none of the nutrients of the ingredients have been depleted from the food during a cooking process. Our favorite part of this vitamin though, is how it just casually adds ginger to its prenatal vitamin’s formula to give mama a little kick-the-nausea power.

Key Features:

  • 3 caplets daily
  • 100% daily value of iron
  • Non-GMO, vegetarian, raw and whole foods, gluten and dairy free

Cost: Est. $40

13. Garden of Life Ultra Pure EPA/DHA Omega 3 Fish Oil

Garden of Life Ultra Pure EPA DHA Omega 3 Fish Oil

Current Rating: 4.4

This vitamin isn’t a complete multivitamin, to be sure. It has no folate or vitamin B. But it does have the Omega-3 fatty acids and DHA you’ll need to ensure baby has a head start in head development. DHA is commonly linked to brain development of the baby, but another benefit you may not hear as much is that it also helps vision and bone health along with your cardiovascular system and even the quality of your breast milk. Our favorite side effect of an optimal DHA level, though, is that it can help your mood swings and contribute to your emotional well-being.

Key Features:

  • 1 softgel daily
  • Strawberry flavored to minimize the fishy taste
  • 356mg Omega-3 fatty acids (over twice as much as other prenatal vitamins)

Cost: Est. $10

14. Vitafusion Prenatal, Gummy Vitamins

Vitafusion Prenatal Gummy Vitamins

Current Rating: 4.3

This is the number 1 best seller on Amazon for prenatal vitamins. If you’re looking into switching to a gummy vitamin to make the prenatal experience more enjoyable, this is a great place to start. Out of over 1400 reviews on Amazon, only a handful complain about the taste and of those, several just don’t like that they’re covered in sugar. If “too sweet” isn’t a problem for you, then this is a great, yummy vitamin for you.

Key Features:

  • Iron-free
  • 2 gummies daily
  • 100% of your daily value of folic acid, Vitamins D, B6, B12, and iodine

Cost: Est. $10

15. Zahler Total One Prenatal, Contains Folic Acid and Iron, An All-Natural Complete Pregnancy

Zahler Total One Prenatal Contains Folic Acid and Iron An All-Natural Complete Pregnancy

Current Rating: 3.8

There aren’t a lot of vitamins on this list that advertise themselves as Kosher, so the fact that this does automatically sets it apart from its peers. It also has all the nutrients you’ll need in only 1 capsule a day. And you’ll be pleased to note this is a tasteless and odorless pill, so you won’t have to contend with the possibility of it adding to your nausea.

Key Features:

  • 167% daily value of iron
  • 1 capsule daily
  • Gluten free, vegan, and kosher

Cost: Est. $25

16. GNC Women’s Prenatal Program

GNC Women's Prenatal Program

Current Rating: 3.7

This prenatal program does involve more pills daily than a lot of other prenatal vitamins, its true. But you can split these up throughout the day and still see all the benefits. And some reviews say that this is the only program that improves their side effects, such as low energy and nausea. When combined, this program has all the same nutrients you’d expect and an extra boost of calcium to make sure baby’s bones grow strong. (And to help a bit with heartburn, too!)

Key Features:

  • 2 prenatal caplets, 1 calcium caplet and 1 softgel daily
  • 60% of your recommended Iron intake
  • Calcium in prenatal and calcium adds to 113% of daily intake

Cost: Est. $15

17. Happy Healthy Smart Prenatal DHA Once A Day

Happy Healthy Smart Prenatal DHA

Current Rating: 3.9

One of our favorite parts of this vitamin is that it takes the time to explain why each nutrient is in the prenatal. For example, we knew iodine was in a lot of prenatal vitamins but before reading the information on this prenatal multivitamin, we didn’t know it was because iodine helps with brain development. This does not contain DHAs and they do recommend you take this pill in conjunction with a prenatal DHA. They even explain that they haven’t added the DHA to this tablet because they can’t get the dosage of the nutrients included in the prenatal and the DHA dosage in a pill small enough to swallow. And we appreciate one less horse pill on the market. So they need to be separated and taken as a complement to one another.

Key Features:

  • 1 tablet daily
  • Iron free
  • Should be taken in conjunction with a DHA prenatal

Cost: Est. $20

18. Olly Essential Prenatal Multivitamin Gummy Supplement

Olly Essential Prenatal Multivitamin Gummy Supplement

Current Rating: 4.3

This prenatal supplement is not meant to be taken instead of a standard prenatal, but rather in addition to it. This multivitamin has a blend of vitamins A, C, D, E & B’s & FOLIC ACID + Omega-3s. This supplement is gluten free.

Key Features:

  • 2 gummies daily
  • The vibrant citrus flavor includes ruby red grapefruit, clementine & meyer lemon flavors
  • Prenatal supplement

Cost: Est. $15

19. Healthy Mama Be Well Rounded Prenatal Vitamin and DHA Supplement System

Healthy Mama Be Well Rounded Prenatal Vitamin and DHA Supplement System 120 Count

Current Rating: 4.3

While this prenatal multivitamin has over 100% of the daily value of iron, it is specially formulated to ensure its ease on your stomach and to prevent constipation. And if you’re anemic or you’ve tested low in iron during your pregnancy, this can be a real life saver: because one way or another, you and baby need the iron. A separate DHA pill will keep pill size and dosage to a minimum.

Key Features:

  • 1 caplet and one softgel daily
  • 156% daily value of Iron
  • Money-back guarantee

Cost: Est. $11

20. Healthy Mama Move It Along

Healthy Mama Move It Along 60 Tablets

Current Rating: 4.0

It’s not the most glamorous part of pregnancy, but it’s one we suffer anyway: Constipation. This stool softener helps move you along without cramping or any emergency-go feeling. The active ingredient is Docusate Sodium, which is what your OB/GYN will likely suggest if you’re beginning to become irregular. The effects may take anywhere from 12-72 hours so this is not for an already backed-up mama. It’s for keeping yourself in check once you start to notice a problem.

Key Features:

  • Dye-free, stimulant-free and gluten-free
  • 1-3 tablets every 24 hours
  • Money-back guarantee

Cost: Est. $15

21. Healthy Mama Nip the Nausea – Morning Sickness Drops

Healthy Mama Nip the Nausea - Morning Sickness Drops

Current Rating: 2.6

If you’re one of the lucky mamas without morning sickness (or all day sickness) then this probably won’t apply to you. But if your day to day is dramatically impacted by your inability to keep food down, this may be the solution you need. Because, let’s face it, in matters of morning sickness, we’ll try just about anything. And you can feel at ease knowing the ingredient list is as simple as pure cane sugar, rice syrup, ginger and lemon. That’s it. Four ingredients.

Key Features:

  • All organic ingredients
  • Ginger to alleviate nausea and lemon to settle stomach
  • Simply suck on these drops as needed

Cost: Est. $10

22. Healthy Mama Tame The Flame Tablets

Healthy Mama Tame The Flame Tablets Baby Mint 150 Count

Current Rating: 4.2

Oh, another fun side effect of pregnancy a lot of us suffer: heartburn. The old wives tale says the more heartburn you have while pregnant, the more hair your baby will have when he or she is born. We don’t know if that’s true, but we do know the heartburn is a side effect you’d rather do without. These chewable tablets seem to be less chalky than your standard Tums and the minty flavor helps sooth an upset stomach, too.

Key Features:

  • Fast acting, temporary relief
  • Take as needed up to 15 a day
  • Money back guarantee

Cost: Est. $10

23. MegaFood – Baby & Me, Prenatal & Postnatal Support for Mother & Baby

MegaFood - Baby & Me Prenatal & Postnatal Support for Mother & Baby 120 Tablets FFP

Current Rating: 4.1

This company prides itself on being a farm fresh vitamin source. MegaFood’s motto is “Fresh from Farm to Table” and they’re pretty particular about it: they’ve bought 500,000 pounds of produce from farmers. They’ve included a “Nurturing Prenatal Blend” into this tablet, which is made up of organic fruits, roots and vegetables specifically designed to make pregnancy a bit easier. For example, ginger is included to attempt to ease nausea.

Key Features:

  • 4 tablets daily
  • 100% daily value of iron
  • Non-GMO, vegetarian, no gluten or soy

Cost: Est. $35

24. Nature Made Prenatal Multi + DHA

Nature Made Prenatal Multi+DHA

Current Rating: 2.8

This prenatal claims it’s for women trying to get pregnant as well as pregnant and nursing mamas. The idea is that you don’t always know the second you get pregnant, and if you start taking vitamins the second you start trying, your body will already be prepared and have the nutrients your baby will need from the moment of conception. While other prenatal vitamins may do the exact thing, it is noteworthy that several reviews of this vitamin actually mention doing so with successful pregnancies.

Key Features:

  • 1 softgel daily
  • 150% daily value of iron
  • No artificial flavors or colors, yeast, or gluten

Cost: Est. $25

25. Nature’s Dynamics PreNatal Plus Multivitamin Gummy

Natures Dynamics PreNatal Plus Multivitamin Gummy - 60 Gummies

Current Rating: 4.1

This gummy prenatal vitamin is plant based. And everything in the vitamin is naturally occurring in their organic whole foods. The ingredients list is full of only ingredients you would recognize. And while making this vitamin, they add a powder that is comprised only of, you guessed it! Natural, organic foods.

Key Features:

  • 2 gummies daily
  • 5% daily value of iron
  • Organic, whole foods

Cost: Est. $15

26. Nature’s Way Alive! Prenatal Gummy Vitamins

Natures Way Alive Prenatal Gummy Vitamins

Current Rating: 3.2

A lot of people dislike the fishy aftertaste that often comes with the DHA in a vitamin. This gummy, though, gets it’s DHA from plant sources, not fish. So the aftertaste is nonexistent. And you don’t have to worry about the possible mercury content in the fish they used either. So using this tasty gummy prenatal could be an extra little step you decide to take to protect baby.

Key Features:

  • 3 gummies daily
  • No iron
  • Gluten free, vegetarian, no dairy, yeast, peanuts, eggs or artificial flavors or preservatives

Cost: Est. $15

27. New Chapter Perfect Prenatal Vitamins Fermented with Probiotics

New Chapter Perfect Prenatal Vitamins Fermented with Probiotics

Current Rating: 4.2

This prenatal boasts that it’s so gentle you can take it on an empty stomach. Despite how gentle it is, it isn’t lacking in any of the nutrients your baby needs. It has 75% of the daily value of folate and while it doesn’t have the DHA or omega-3 fatty acids, if you’ve chosen not to consume those during your pregnancy this may just be your ticket to an otherwise complete prenatal vitamin. (Or you can also take one of the DHA specific prentals we’ve listed!)

Key Features:

  • 3 tablets daily
  • 100% daily value of iron
  • Certified organic, non-GMO, gluten free

Cost: Est. $26

28. One A Day Women’s Prenatal 1 Pill Multivitamin, with DHA and Folic Acid, 60 Count

One A Day Women’s Prenatal 1 Pill Multivitamin with DHA and Folic Acid 60 Count

Current Rating: 3.8

When this vitamin says “complete” it means it. This vitamin has all the nutrients you’d expect, including iron, DHA, Omega-3 Fatty acids, B6, B12 and folate. And it’s all in one softgel. That’s it. You have a complete multivitamin with all the doctor recommended vitamins and you only have to take one a day. If you’ve been plugging away with 2, 4, 8 pills a day, this vitamin may just come as a huge relief to you. After all, you’ve got pregnancy brain, you can’t be expected to remember more than one pill!

Key Features:

  • 1 complete multivitamin
  • 100% daily value of folic acid and iodine
  • No artificial sweeteners, wheat, dairy or gluten

Cost: Est. $26

29. Optimal Prenatal, Seeking Health

Optimal Prenatal Seeking Health Chewable

Current Rating: 3.6

You can split the doses up throughout the day, but there’s no way to sugar coat this: You have to take 2 of these vitamins a day with a meal. If you can get over the intimidating number, though, there are a lot of positives about this prenatal. Not the least of which is part of the reason why there are so many pills to take: some research says spacing your B vitamins out does a lot better at keeping your energy levels steady and balanced. Another little note you may find worthwhile, this contains milk thistle, which is wonderful for increasing your milk supply once you’re nursing. So don’t put this one away once baby’s born.

Key Features:

  • 2 capsules daily
  • Iron-free
  • Vegetarian

Cost: Est. $46

30. Optimal Prenatal Protein Powder

Optimal Prenatal Protein Powder

Current Rating: 3.7

What if nothing seems to be working for you? You can’t seem to catch a break, nothing is staying down and your prenatal vitamins seem to just be wasted money coming right back up. Well, here’s a nontraditional take: Why don’t you add this protein powder into some chocolate muffins and eat your prenatals as your breakfast each day? Or put it in a extra chocolate-y milkshake. Sure, you could just use water or milk, too, like the manufacturer suggests. But if you’re struggling with your daily dose, an occasional treat may be just what you need to make sure baby gets what she needs. Just remember, there’s a lot of energy-boosting B vitamins in this protein powder, so don’t take it within 5 hours of bedtime.

Key Features:

  • 28% Daily Value of Iron
  • 12g Protein
  • 1 scoop per 8 fl oz (or as strong or weak as you want)

Cost: Est. $50

31. Pink Stork Away Bar: Morning Sickness Relief & Nutrition

Pink Stork Away Bar Morning Sickness Relief & Nutrition

Current Rating: 2.9

This may not be a prenatal vitamin, strictly speaking, but look at that nutrition facts chart! It’s pretty close to one, and when you take into consideration the perk of kicking your nausea, you may be swayed to joining Team Pink Stork. This little bar is packed full of ingredients specifically chosen to fight nausea. Including B6, protein, and ginger. Add in the 30% of your daily value of folic acid, this nutrition bar is absolutely wonderful for pregnancy!

Key Features:

  • Eat at onset of morning sickness
  • Works within 15 minutes, last 3-4 hours
  • Money-back guarantee

Cost: Est. $10

32. Pink Stork Foundation: Liquid Prenatal Vitamin

Pink Stork Foundation Liquid Prenatal Vitamin

Current Rating: 4.1

You can’t gag down a giant prenatal vitamin. You can’t stomach the sugar in the gummies. Here’s an alternative that may just leave you and baby extra happy and healthy. This liquid supplement gives you an 86% better absorption rate than other pills or gummies. That means you are getting way more bang for your buck.

Key Features:

  • 100% your daily value for iron
  • Whole, organic
  • 1 tablespoon in the morning (can mix with your drink or drink by it’s self)

Cost: Est. $35

33. Pink Stork Labor Prep: Red Raspberry Pregnancy Tea, Labor & Birth, 40 Cups -2nd & 3d Trimester Tea

Pink Stork Labor Prep Red Raspberry Pregnancy Tea Labor & Birth 40 Cups -2nd & 3d Trimester Tea

Current Rating: 4.3

We can’t sugar coat this: most women consider labor to be one of the most painful experiences of their lives. Because of this, when you get pregnant you may immediately start getting anxious about giving birth. Your doctor will give you exercises that may help strengthen the muscles needed for delivery, but even the most fit woman still feels the pain. Anything you do to minimize the pain going into that delivery room will not be something you regret. This tea will give your body nutrients that will target your uterine muscles, strengthening and preparing them for the oncoming trauma. It may end up helping the labor pain, the duration, and even minimize recovery.

Key Features:

  • 100% organic herbs
  • Drink 1-3 cups per day
  • Money-back guarantee

Cost: Est. $12

34. Pink Stork Liquid Folate: Lemon Peel Folate -Organic Folate Supplement from Lemons

Pink Stork Liquid Folate Lemon Peel Folate -Organic Folate Supplement from Lemons

Current Rating: 4.1

If you’ve opted for a prenatal vitamin program that has you picking your specific vitamins a bit more critically, this may end up being your ticket to getting the right amount of folate for baby. You can even add this to your regular prenatal if it doesn’t have all the folate you want. This supplement even details that the folate comes directly from lemon peels, so you aren’t left wondering.

Key Features:

  • From 100% organic lemons
  • 1/2 to 1 mL from dropper directly into mouth
  • Money-back guarantee

Cost: Est. $20

35. Pink Stork Starter Bundle: Morning Sickness Relief and Prenatal Health

Pink Stork Starter Bundle Morning Sickness Relief and Prenatal Health

Current Rating: 3.9

None of these are the traditional prenatal vitamin, but they may very well make your pregnancy more enjoyable. The Cocolaurin is a super concentrated form of coconut oil which targets the harmful bacteria in your stomach that is associated with nausea. The part of coconut oil used, monolaurin, is also a primary component in breast milk, which makes it a great immunity booster for you and baby. The Pro is a prenatal probiotic that makes sure your stomach has the intestinal flora (or “good” bacteria) it needs to stabilize your GI tract and promote a healthy digestion. It may just keep you from ever getting those pesky pregnancy constipation issues, too! The Mist is to help relieve your morning sickness on the spot. It may be a slightly complicated regimen to follow, especially considering you’re still not really getting the nutrients in a typical prenatal vitamin. But if you’ve been sick in pregnancy, you know any way to prevent it is well worth it.

Key Features:

  • Spray your feet with the mist, swallow 3 scoops of the mini pellets 3 times a day and take 2 Pro capsules in the morning without food.
  • Prevents illness and nausea, treats nausea
  • Includes 20 page program overview with tips to help through your pregnancy

Cost: Est. $50

36. Premama Prenatal Mulitvitamin Drink Mix Supplement with Folic Acid and Iron

Premama Prenatal Mulitvitamin Drink Mix Supplement with Folic Acid and Iron

Current Rating: 2.4

This is essentially your prenatal energy drink. While you’re pregnant it’s not a great idea to introduce your baby to a lot of caffeine and artificial sugars that are present in most energy drinks. The sweetener this drink mix has is the Stevia extract and the energy boost comes from your B vitamins; B6 and B12. And it comes in large quantities – 1500% of your daily value of B6 and 214% of your B12. That’s not a typo, that’s a real kind of energy boost a tired pregnant mama will notice! It has a lot of the same vitamins in your usual prenatals, but not all, so make sure to check if it has what you want before you give up your regular vitamin.

Key Features:

  • Mix one packet with your flavored drink and mix thoroughly
  • Gluten-free, non-GMO and vegan
  • Contains 33% of your daily value of iron and 190% DV of folic acid

Cost: Est. $20

37. Premium Prenatal Vitamins by Builda Baby

Premium Prenatal Vitamins by Builda Baby

Current Rating: 4.4

The Builda Baby prenatal vitamin has a lot of the expected nutrients and a few bonus surprises, too. It focuses on mama and baby’s blood volume with fenugreek, stinging nettle and red raspberry leaf; on milk production with blessed thistle and fennel seed; and on calming your stomach with chamomile and marshmallow root. These may not be what you’d expect in a prenatal vitamin, but they are welcome additions!

Key Features:

  • 200% daily value of iron
  • 2 capsules daily
  • No dairy, shellfish, nuts, gluten, soy or artificial flavors or colors

Cost: Est. $25

38. Prenatal DHA – Mother’s Select DHA Pre-Natal – EPA Fish Oil, 60 Softgels, Liquid Capsules

Prenatal DHA - Mothers Select DHA Pre-Natal - EPA Fish Oil 60 Softgels Liquid Capsules - Lemon Flavor

Current Rating: 3.8

If your prenatal vitamin doesn’t have DHA, or it doesn’t have enough, this is a great supplemental choice. The company itself has several accolades it can claim: Good Manufacturing Practice, Paraben Free, Natural Ingredients and Made in the USA. But those good company practices aside, the vitamin itself can help promote healthy development in baby and a well-balanced mommy, too.

Key Features:

  • 1 liquid capsule daily
  • Can be used pre- or post-natal
  • Allergen free: no nuts, soy, wheat, eggs or dairy

Cost: Est. $15

39. PRENATAL MULTIVITAMIN 400 mcg L-Methylfolate

PRENATAL MULTIVITAMIN 400 mcg L-Methylfolate

Current Rating: 4.2

This prenatal is very careful to make its vitamin gentle on your stomach. It has included 10 strains of probiotics to promote healthy digestion. This vitamin has the nutrients you would expect in a multivitamin, but bear in mind it does not have any of the omega-3s or DHAs. Nested Naturals has also committed to supporting Vitamin Angels, the charity that strives to minimize global malnutrition by providing vitamins all over the world.

Key Features:

  • 1 tablet daily
  • 100% daily value of iron
  • Lifetime guarantee

Cost: Est. $30

40. Prenatal Vitamins and Minerals – Mother’s Select Pre-Natal Plus

Prenatal Vitamins and Minerals - Mother’s Select Pre-Natal Plus – Long Lasting 90 Capsule 3 Month

Current Rating: 4.5

This prenatal has all the basics to cover you and make sure baby has the nutrients he needs for development. It does not include omega-3 and fatty acids, so if they are something you’d like to take you’d need a supplement. The pill itself only needs to be take once daily (preferably with food) and the size of the capsule isn’t intimidating like several other prenatal vitamins.

Key Features:

  • 1 capsule daily
  • 150% daily value of Iron
  • 3-month supply

Cost: Est. $15

41. Prenatals for 1st TRIMESTER development | Berry-Lemonade drink mix

Prenatals for 1st TRIMESTER development Berry-Lemonade drink mix

Current Rating: 4.2

These drink mixes come pre-formulated for the fetal development that occurs in each trimester. If you’re interested in the other trimesters, here are the second and third. This first semester drink mix focuses on encouraging cellular division and boosting progesterone and helping the baby create a strong bond to the uterine wall. A large portion of miscarriages in the first trimester are caused by one of these things not happening correctly and this mix could help with that.

Key Features:

  • Mix drink packet with 2-4 ounces of juice or water daily
  • Non-GMO, naturally sweetened, FDA approved
  • Money back guarantee

Cost: Est. $40

42. Pure Synergy PureNatal Whole Food Prenatal Multi

Pure Synergy PureNatal Whole Food Prenatal Multi

Current Rating: 4.4

This vitamin’s nutrients come from all-organic, whole foods with pure fruits and vegetables. This vitamin may not have the DHA or Omega-3 fatty acids others do, but this is the perfect supplement for those of us who just want to make up for a less than perfect diet. Everything you get in these tablets are nutrients you could get if you were on a strict diet; they’re all completely from fruits and vegetables. They boast to be gentle on your stomach, too, and with the full 100% of your daily value of iron, that’s really good news!

Key Features:

  • 2 tablets twice daily
  • 100% daily value of Iron
  • Certified organic and vegetarian with no GMOs, dairy or gluten.

Cost: Est. $35

43. Rainbow Light – Prenatal Daily Duo, Prenatal One Multivitamin and Prenatal DHA

Rainbow Light - Prenatal Daily Duo Prenatal One Mulitvitamin and Prenatal DHA 30 Tablets

Current Rating: 3.7

With a lot of prenatal vitamins, you’ll likely notice a boost in your hair, skin and nails. There’s no real science behind it, and it may just be that the extra hormones you have from being pregnant give you that glow. Or it may be spot-on and just something we haven’t been able to proof yet. Either way, a lot of people seem to get that effect from these prenatal vitamins, even post-natal.

Key Features:

  • 167% of your daily value of Iron
  • Take 1 caplet and 1 softgel daily
  • No artificial flavors, sweeteners, preservatives or colors; no Gluten or Dairy

Cost: Est. $28

44. Pink Stork Morning Sickness Candy

Pink Stork Morning Sickness Candy

Current Rating: 4.3

Having morning sickness? These individually wrapped, on-the-go candies are a great natural way of relieving nausea, and they’re pretty tasty! Anyone experiencing nausea from headaches or motion sickness can take these, not just pregnant women.

Key Features:

  • 100% USDA organic, non-GMO, and preservative-free
  • For temporary relief
  • Take as needed up to 6 a day

Cost: Est. $11

45. SmartyPants Prenatal Complete Gummy Vitamins: Multivitamin

SmartyPants Prenatal Complete Gummy Vitamins Multivitamin

Current Rating: 4.1

The ingredient list may not look that different from other prenatal gummy vitamins, but there are a couple of things that set this apart from the others. For starters, this company’s tests for these vitamins is incredibly thorough. They test every third batch. And they test it six different times. The company also supports Vitamin Angels, which is committed to improving the global impact of malnutrition. SmartyPants has pledged to match their donation of vitamins 1-for-1. So if you buy your vitamins through SmartyPants, they’ll donate another bottle (or equivalent cost) to Vitamin Angels. With this vitamin, the lives you’re impacting may just be more than your own.

Key Features:

  • 6 gummies daily
  • Does not contain iron
  • Allergen free: free of GMOs, nuts, shellfish, synthetic flavors or colors, milk, eggs and gluten

Cost: Est. $20

46. Spectrum Essentials Prenatal DHA

Spectrum Essentials Prenatal DHA

Current Rating: 4.3

This vitamin is strictly for your DHA and omega-3 fatty acids. There is no daily recommended value as dictated by the FDA for these and as such you can only compare them to other prenatals. They have 4 times as much of each of these nutrients than the leading prenatal, so if you want to ensure your baby is getting the maximum amount of these, then this prenatal supplement is for you. As always, check with your doctor to make sure your vitamin regiment is right for you.

Key Features:

  • 1 softgel daily with food
  • 200 mg of DHA and 240 mg of Omega-3 fatty acids
  • For pregnant and nursing moms

Cost: Est. $15

47. Thorne Research – Basic Prenatal – Folate Multivitamin for Pregnant and Lactating Women

 Thorne Research - Basic Prenatal

Current Rating: 4.2

This prenatal has all the vitamins you’d expect in a prenatal and then some: Vitamins A, C, D, E, K, Thiamin, Riboflavin, B6 and 12, Folate, Biotin and the list goes on. What’s really nice about the list is that while Iron is included, it’s iron picolinate, which is more gentle and less likely to constipate you. Which is wonderful for getting baby the iron she needs without any extra suffering on your part.

Key Features:

  • 167% daily value of iron
  • 3 capsules daily
  • No nuts, GMOs, artificial preservatives, dairy, gluten, eggs ot high fructose corn syrup

Cost: Est. $26

48. Similac Prenatal Vitamin, 30 Count Multivitamin and Mineral Tablet

Similac Prenatal Vitamin 30 Count Multivitamin and Mineral Tablet

Current Rating: 4.4

Similac has made its name in trying to recreate the nutrients in breast milk to provide the best nutrition available for baby. It was only the natural progression that they’d get into the prenatal market with their OptiGro formula. The prenatal caplets are a multivitamin for the most expected nutrients and the softgels utilizes this OptiGro formula. It uses fish in its DHA for brain development; spinach in its Lutein for eye health; and broccoli in its Vitamin E for general growth and development.

Key Features:

  • 150% daily value of iron
  • 1 tablet and 1 softgel daily
  • OptiGro formula for specific developmental areas

Cost: Est. $34

49. GNC Women’s Prenatal Formula without Iron

GNC Women's Prenatal Formula without Iron

Current Rating: 4.5

With this vitamin, GNC has made sure to cover you if your pregnancy is prone to constipation; it’s free of iron. Even if you’re sensitive to certain formulas of iron, this is a great option because you can find an iron that meets your specific needs and take it separately. It can even be the right answer if you’re low in iron for the pregnancy because a lot of prenatals that have iron, simply don’t have enough.

Key Features:

  • No artificial flavors, colors, gluten dairy or sodium
  • 2 caplets daily
  • No Omega-3 fatty acids or DHA

Cost: Est. $12

50. GNC Women’s Prenatal Gummy – Lemon and Raspberry Lemonade

GNC Womens Prenatal Gummy - Lemon and Raspberry Lemonade

Current Rating: 4.4

This gummy vitamin is flavored raspberry lemonade and the sourness of the lemon goes a long way to counter the usual fishy aftertaste of a lot of vitamins containing fish oil. (Which is the easiest way to get your Omega-3 fatty acids.) You should always keep in mind the sugar content of these gummies, so they may not be the best bet if you have gestational diabetes, particularly those covered in yummy sugar like this one.

Key Features:

  • 2 gummy vitamins daily
  • Iron-free
  • Gluten-, soy-, milk- and egg-free food

Cost: Est. $15

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