By dotFIT experts
on October 15, 2008
At worst, vitamin and mineral supplementation acts as insurance against short and long-term dietary lapses, and guesswork in nutrient intake, including the ability to define the optimal diet. At best, using valid science to increase the nutrient content of available and typical food intakes may yield optimal functioning for an extended period, as compared to a non-supplemented state. More...

What is it?

A health aid designed for women who are pregnant or trying to conceive. It has been updated to include the latest recommendations of the National Academy of Sciences for pregnant women.

How does it work?

The PrenatalMV delivers a combination of nutrients in a controlled-release preparation that, when used properly, has the greatest chance to

  • Support a healthy pregnancy
  • Supply essential nutrients in an attempt to fulfill the needs of the baby and to maintain the health of the mother
  • Overcome marginal deficiencies from today’s common limitations in obtaining sufficient and optimal nutrient intake

Who should take this product?

The PrenatalMV formula is for

  • Females preparing for pregnancy and who are pregnant
  • Lactating females can use Women’sMV or ActiveMV formulas (due to iron intake) unless advised otherwise by a physician

Suggested Use

Take one tablet with breakfast as a nutritional supplement.  For optimal results, use daily with dotFIT™ SuperCalcium+ (if calcium intake from food is less than 1000 mgs per day).

Unique Features

  • The dotFIT Prenatal MV follows strict scientific research criteria
  • The nutrients are in their proper forms, ratios and strengths to maintain a safe and optimal range 24 hours/day.
  • Uses the most sophisticated controlled-release delivery systems to ensure ideal nutrient levels and prevent tissue over-saturation and losses
  • Manufactured in a FDA-registered facility, in compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) exclusively for dotFIT, LLC


The dotFIT multivitamin and mineral formulas are contraindicated for those with hemochromatosis (an inherited disease that leads to iron-overload, affecting 0.5 percent of the population) because of the iron content.

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