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    Vitafusion Women's Gummy Vitamins, 150 Count (Packaging May Vary)
    Health and Beauty (Church & Dwight)


    Church & Dwight


    List Price: $9.79
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    • Recipient of the 2018 ChefsBest Excellence Award. The ChefsBest Excellence Award is awarded to brands that surpass quality standards established by independent professional chefs.
    • Clinically Proven Absorption[4]
    • Contains NO high-fructose corn syrup, NO artificial sweeteners, NO gluten, NO dairy and NO synthetic (FD&C) dyes
    • A convenient alternative to hard-to-swallow pills.
    • A complete multivitamin + Antioxidant vitamins C and E specially formulated to support the specific health needs of women

    One A Day Women's Multivitamin, 250 Count
    Health and Beauty (Bayer HealthCare LLC)


    Bayer HealthCare LLC


    List Price: $18.99
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    • Contains key nutrients like Vitamins A, B6, C, D, E, and K, Riboflavin, Thiamin, and Niacin
    • One A Day Women's Multivitamin is free of gluten, wheat, dairy, artificial flavors, and artificial sweeteners
    • Formulated to support: bone health, immune health, skin health, heart health(1), and physical energy by helping convert food to fuel
    • Adult women should take one tablet daily with food
    • One A Day Women's Multivitamin is a complete multivitamin specially designed for the leading concerns of women like bone health

Painful sex? Boca company's new treatment for menopausal women on its way to pharmacies

Competing products include Allergan’s Estrace Cream, Pfizer’s Premarin Cream and Novo Nordisk’s Vagifem. There’s also an oral medication, Duchesnay USA’s Osphena.

TherapeuticsMD said its product is different from others on the market because it can be used any time of the day and requires no applicator. It also contains a low dose of estradiol, a form of the hormone estrogen.

Dr. Jay Cohen, an obstetrician-gynecologist in Plantation, said a low-dose estrogen treatment for vaginal dryness fills “a huge unmet need in this country.” The condition affects about 32 million menopausal women in the United States, according to TherapeuticsMD.

“Fifty percent are sexually active into their late 70s,” Cohen said. “A woman lives 20 to 30 years in menopause, and this gets worse and worse for women.”

TherapeuticsMD was founded in 2008 and went public in 2016. Revenues in 2017 were $16.8 million, primarily from sales of the company’s multivitamins, VitaMedMD, developed for pregnant women.

What would happen if a woman took mutlivitamins for men and if a man took multivitamins created for women?

I used to work at a vitamin store and they had multivitamins called "The Ultimate Woman", etc. multivitamins for women, and for men "The Ultimate Man". And I always wondered what would happen if a woman took the multivitamins for men


It sounds like you are confusing vitamins with hormones.

It's really unlikely anything drastic would come from a woman taking men's vitamins, or vice versa.

There are some differences in typical dietary needs between men


You have been duped by advertising. Vitamins are no better or worse for you. However some women need more of b12 then men. But nothing will harm you either way.


Nothing would happen. The vitamin and mineral requirements of males and females are very similar and if you look at the ingredients listed on the packaging you'll see that for all intents and purposes they're the same. More than anything it's a marketing

Am i too young to be taking One a Day multivitamins for women?

I am 19 years old (almost 20). While reading some reviews on these vitamins, some women have reported that they felt sick after taking these. Will it be too much for me at this age? I am thinking of starting to take them but not sure. Thanks :)


Perfect age, but don't take it WITH food, take it a little after. I've tried actually taking it with food and it makes me throw up, so wait half an hour after eating and then take it. :)


Not too old at all,

Nearly all multivitamins can cause nausea. Try to take them with food, fyi, cause it can reduce nausea and also because certain vitamins are absorbed better with food.


Products like "One-A-Day" and Centrum are the "junk foods" of vitamin/mineral supplements. They are full of sugars, preservatives, coloring agents, etc. and grossly deficient in quality vitamins and minerals.

If you