Anaemia in PregnancyDuring pregnancy, experts say your body produces more blood to support the growth of your baby. However, sometimes the woman’s body might not be able to produce the sufficient amount of red blood cells that is needed to aid the growth of the baby. This might be due to a lack of sufficient iron or other nutrients. 
Some women have mild anaemia and doctors say that this is normal. However, severe anaemia is not the norm. 
Anaemia can leave you feeling tired and weak. If it is severe and goes untreated, it can increase the risks of serious complications like preterm delivery. 
At these times, you need more vitamin B6, B12, Folic Acid as well as high purity Omega – 3 and that’s why we recommend ELYSEEPREGNANCY CARE. 
It is ideal for use during the 1st, 2nd and 3rd trimester.