Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I completed my 5months and my weight is 53kg...is it normal??
Answer: Optimal weight gain during pregnancy ranges from 10-15kg. however each pregnancy is different some might gain less whereas some might gain upto 20kg depending on their body type.
During pregnancy one needs to be very wise selecting diet. You need to take lots of protein and carbs whereas have to cut short on sugar,oil and spice.
Keep your meals simple. Reduce the quantity and eat at every 2hours. This way your metabolism will be high and the calories will be consumed immediately rather than getting stored. Include more of fruits and Dryfruit this way there will be healthy weight gain . You ll have strong stamina rather than just accumulating fat in your body which will be tough to get rid of post delivery.
Drink water at every hour. This will improve your digestion and will also cleanse your body.
Question: My baby is now of 5months. N i have started weaning. Is it ok?
Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help.
Weaning is easiest when your child begins to lose interest in nursing, and that can happen any time after she starts eating solids (around 4 to 6 months). Some babies are more interested in solid food than breast milk by 12 months, after they've tried a variety of foods and can drink from a cup. Keep your baby on just milk, whether it's breastmilk or formula, until the end of his fourth month (17 weeks). This is the earliest recommended age for weaning. If you do decide to start your baby on solids between four and six months, it's safest not to give him foods he could react to .
Hope this information was helpful.
Question: Hi m getting waight gain after c section and back pain too much its 4 month completed pls wt can i do for pain and reducing waite
Answer: C section per se doesn't lead to weight gain. You should have a balanced diet and avoid junk food. Heavy weight contributes to the back and knee pain. You can meet a dietician for advice regarding the right diet and go for yoga or aerobics.