Vitamins before pregnancy. How much to drink? And what?

The most important thing is a correct lifestyle and a balanced diet 🍍 the presence in food of vegetables, fruits, protein products (meat, fish), fats, especially products containing polyunsaturated fatty acids. Meals should be varied. πŸ‡ elimination of alcohol and tobacco, trans fats
limiting the amount of coffee

According to numerous recommendations, both ours and foreign, special attention is paid to πŸ₯¦ folates, folic acid, a daily dose of 400-800 mcg, and up to 4000 mcg in high-risk groups βš“ iron – iron deficiency is a risk of anemia
All women in the period of preparation for pregnancy are shown screening for iron deficiency, including a clinical analysis
blood with an assessment: β€’ hemoglobin concentration (norm 120–
140 g / l); β€’ the average content of hemoglobin in the erythrocyte (MCH, norm 28–32 pg); β€’ average erythrocyte volume (MCV, norm
80-100 fl); β€’ anisocytosis (RDW, rate up to 15%); β€’ the number of platelets and leukocytes.
In women at risk, and according to WHO, these are all menstruating women
β€’ serum iron; β€’ serum ferritin; β€’ transferrin; β€’ saturation of transferrin with iron
According to the WHO recommendation: a prophylactic dose of iron 60 mg per week β˜€οΈ Vitamin D
All territories located above 37 parallels are endemic for the lack of vitamin D. According to Russian recommendations, at the age of 18–
50 years for the prevention of vitamin deficiency
D should receive at least 600-800 IU of vitamin D per day. At the onset of pregnancy, the dose should be increased to 800-1200 IU / day 🐟 polyunsaturated fatty acids
additional intake of PUFA at a dosage of 200–
300 mg / day followed by continuation
throughout pregnancy

expansion of the diet, if impossible –
medication πŸ§‚Iod. within 3 months before conception, it is necessary to prescribe iodine preparations: for women – at a dose of 250 ΞΌg / day, for men –
100 mcg / day
Remember, well does not mean a lot, it is necessary to adhere to the recommended doses, as an excess of folic acid can cause neurological disorders and even oncology in the future.
Excess vitamin D – to a violation of the enamel in children.