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Women’s health supplements are supplemental vitamins, minerals and oils that are designed to improve health in some manner. In general, most supplements are the nutrients women need for a healthy body that they are missing or getting low amounts of in a normal diet, such as vitamin E.

The supplements for women have numerous potential purposes. The purposes vary depending on the type of supplement a woman takes and her personal health needs.

Supplements for overall good health are among the most common. Women take supplements for vitamins and minerals that are missing or low in their normal diets. This helps women maintain good overall health.

Some supplements for women’s health are designed to help a woman deal with symptoms of menopause like starflower oil. As women age, menopause occurs and the body starts having symptoms related to the changes in hormones. Some supplements help manage the symptoms and make them less pronounced.

Women who experience severe menstrual periods can use supplements like evening primrose oil to help manage the nausea, breast tenderness and pain associated with her period.

The benefits of supplements for women’s health differ depending on the purpose. In general, the most common benefit is improved health or comfort during times of discomfort related to normal female cycles. Another key benefit of womens supplements is the ability to get all of the nutrients a woman needs that she is not able to in her diet.

Before taking any type of supplementation, a woman should discuss the supplement with her doctor or pharmacist. While supplements are generally considered safe if a woman takes it in the recommended doses, some supplements might interact with medications prescribed by a doctor or other supplements you are already taking.

Another consideration before supplementation is whether the supplement is necessary. A woman who eats enough of the nutrients or vitamins in food will not need to take a supplement while a woman whose diet has low levels of the item in a supplement might need to take supplements for her good health.

Women’s health supplements are a key part of maintaining good health, but only if taken in appropriate dosages as needed by the body. Once a doctor determines that the supplement will not interact with medications or other supplements, adding a new product for women will have a positive effect on health.