Those first few weeks after testing pregnancy positive are pretty overwhelming. There’s body changes, relationship changes, life know, the small stuff. And then there’s the inevitable trip to the pharmacy. The prenatal pill choices are seemingly endless, and it’s beyond confusing to figure out what over-the-counter medicines are safe to put in your body when you’re growing another human.

Instead of putting your OB on speed dial, Healthy Mama can simplify your experience. The full line of safe (FDA-approved) prenatal remedies covers the range of common pregnancy ailments: aches and pains, constipation, heartburn and more. Healthy Mama products feature the safest known solutions for pregnancy ailments, and have been vetted by medical experts. You’ll recognize all the ingredients...but instead of having to search the aisles, all you have to do is find the Healthy Mama label.

This week, we’re giving you the chance to put off your prenatal pharmacy shopping for a little while longer with two sets of the Be Well Rounded (nice name!) Vitamin & DHA system, and a Make Mama Happy survival kit (including Shake that Ache!, eaZZZe The Pain!, Tame the Flame! and Move It Along!) plus a bedazzled pill case (seriously, that alone makes it worth it).

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This giveaway ends on Feb. 9. Good luck!

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