12 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hai can anyone help me that. I have 9.3 hb percentage.i know it is abnormal. How would i increase my hb percentage

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Answer: Eat anjeer , apples ,green leafy vegetables, apricots, if not increase take iron tablets .
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