Upsher-Smith launches prenatal vitamin to relieve morning sickness
MAPLE GROVE, Minn. — Drug maker Upsher-Smith Labs has launched a prenatal vitamin designed to help relieve morning sickness, the company said Monday.
Upsher-Smith announced the launch of B-Nexa, which contains B vitamins and ginger to help calm morning sickness, known medically as nausea and vomiting of pregnancy, which affects 83% of pregnant women throughout the day, according to medical experts.
"B-Nexa is a new option in the prenatal nutrition market that has been designed to help calm nausea and vomiting of pregnancy, with vitamin B6 and ginger, while also providing women with essential folic acid," Upsher-Smith senior director of medical affairs Wesley Mark Todd said. "With the launch of B-Nexa, Upsher-Smith is pleased to have another opportunity to demonstrate our commitment to women's prenatal health."