38 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi.. according to my last scan doctor suggested me not to eat sweets becoz my baby weight is more. So plz can anyone suggest me which fruits should i eat which does not increase my baby weight?

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Answer: Hello dear, you should eat less sweetened fruits like apple, pomogranate, melons, avocado, cucumber etc . You can also eats Citrus fruits like berrys, orange, sweet lime etc.
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