I personally take and LOVE the CVS brand of Prenatal Gummies (they are the knock off of Vitafusion which I don’t like as much). They do not have iron in them, but the reason is because iron is only needed for those that are deficient in it and it is rare to be deficient until sometime in the second trimester of pregnancy. They don’t recommend it before then because it can mess with thyroid levels and cause constipation and bind to minerals that could cause more problems than it benefits when not actually deficient. Hope that makes sense.
So I wouldn’t worry about that particular one since the first thing they do at your first OB appt is a CBC which also checks your iron levels. Then they check it again in the second trimester and if at either time you are seen to be deficient then they will let you know and recommend the specific amount you need based on your levels.
What you do need to watch however is the folic acid, as others have mentioned. You want to get 800mcg’s a day so if your current multivitamin doesn’t have that then you may just want to buy that separately and added it to your regular multivitamin. However, many multivitamin’s have to much Vitamin A for pregnancy so is another reason to shoot for a good prenatal vitamin instead that has the recommended amount of folic acid.
Also, the NIH (National Institutes of Health) now recommends 4000-5000IU’s of viatmin D per day too as it has been found in multiple studies to be deficient in many pregnant women and also to prevent preterm labor, gestational diabetes, and other pregnancy complications. It was also found that it takes seriously high doses to reach toxic levels (like 30,000+IU’s pr day I think) whereas in the past it was thought to be toxic at much lower levels. Even where there is no deficiency it still took a lot to get the levels toxic. If I recall correctly one can even have 3x’s the normal blood levels and still not be toxic so…it is worth taking an extra supplement with that 4000IU’s per day or so. This is good to start now too since vitamin D is a pro-hormone and thus helps aid a healthy balance of other hormones.