35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Can i eat black dates for easy labour ?

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Answer: Hi.. Dear if you want you can have dates, it might little smoothen your delivery.. However, no one can assure you till the end whether you will have a normal or a cesarean delivery from before hand. However, you can climb stairs and do squats as well, approximately 20 reps in a day. But, I can give a general advice, which is common for all expecting mothers. However, you need to take approval from your gynaecologist, before doing these exercises, because she aware of your case.
Answer: Dates. r safe during pregnancy as well as in sugar. Dates r rich in natural vitamin nd minerals nd protein good for pregnancy..Dates r also have laxative effect which stimulates uterine constraction...Natural sugar that easily break dwn in body and wont spike Blood Sugar Level....but will offer high energy....so u can take it its helpful in pregnancy as well as sugar...
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