Blackmores Pregnancy Iron Tablets 30

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  • Developed specifically for pregnant women. 
  • May assist in the management of dietary iron deficiency. 
  • Gentle on the digestive system.
  • A low constipation, low nausea form of bioavailable iron. 
  • Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. 

Blackmores Pregnancy Iron contains ferrous bisglycinate, a patented form of iron that is recommended internationally for fortifying beverages such as milk and juice. It is a low nausea and low constipation form of iron that is known to be well tolerated, with less potential for gastrointestinal irritation.

Iron is an essential mineral for healthy energy levels and vitality, metabolism, circulation, muscle function, hormone synthesis and healthy growth and development. During pregnancy, iron requirements increase significantly due to increased blood volume and foetal and placental iron requirements. Iron supports healthy energy levels in pregnant women.

During pregnancy, the National Health and Medical Research Council recommends increasing daily iron intake from 18mg a day to 27mg a day, with an upper limit of 45mg a day.

Despite these recommendations, the median intake of iron among pregnant women in New Zealand is 12.1mg. A significant number of New Zealand women of child bearing age have iron intakes below 18mg a day.

In addition to supporting energy production and vitality, adequate iron in pregnancy is associated with good pregnancy outcomes including healthy infant birth weight. Iron also contributes to healthy cognitive function in infants and children. 


Active ingredients per tablet:
Iron (II) glycinate (iron 24mg)        87.7mg

No added gluten, yeast, wheat, milk derivatives, preservatives, artificial colours or sweeteners. 

No materials used are from animal origin.

Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. 


Adults: Take 1 tablet daily with meals, or as professionally prescribed. 


Iron can react with certain foods (eggs, milk, wholegrain breads and cereals) and have its absorption reduced. It can be taken on an empty stomach if patients can tolerate it. Gastrointestinal side effects for high dose iron supplements are common. 

Iron may decrease the absorption and efficacy of methyldopa, carbidopa, levodopa, thyroid hormones, penicillamine, tetracycline or quinolone antibiotics or biphosphonates.  Doses should be separated by at least 2 hours.

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