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Question: How to increase hemoglobin ?

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Answer: Hi dear. You have to take Iron rich foods like leafy green vegetables, beans, meat, fish, carrot, beetroots, pomegranate, dates etc.
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Answer: Hello don't worry and take your iron suppliments as prescribed by your doc. when i conceived my hb was 11.9 but dropped down to 9.7 in second trim. after recommending some tests my doc doubled my iron dosage. After that I took my calcium with breakfast in mornings, iron before lunch and again one more capsule of iron before dinner. take youe iron tablet with a glass of orange/ mausambi juice everyday. Don't worry, it should be sorted out with the supplements.  But also increase the iron intake in your own diet, if the tablets are causing issues for you --- have more animal proteins (eggs and meat, if you are non-vegetarian), dry fruits (dates, raisins, prunes, apricots), leafy green vegetables, beans (rajma, chhole, lobhia) and dals---and make sure you don't them together with calcium-rich foods like dairy products, as they hamper the absorption of each other. Make sure you do have some vitamin C-rich fruit or vegetable alongside the iron-rich foods. EDIT: And take your iron pill also with some juice (diluted if you prefer) rather than plain water)
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Answer: Hello First u need to understand about levels of haemoglobin during pregnancy... 10 to 10.9g/dL is mild anaemia 7 to 9.9g/dL is moderate anaemia less than 7g/dl is severe anaemia The top iron rich foods include green leafy vegetables like spinach, beetroot,chicken liver, whole egg,apple, pomegranate,watermelon pumpkin seeds, dates, almonds, amla,Eggs, spinach and foods rich in cofactorssuch as vitamin B6, folic acid, vitamin B12, and vitamin C (having after Doctor advise) important for maintaining normal hemoglobin levels.But if you have untreated anaemia during pregnancy you have an increased risk of going into labour early.Having a baby who has low birth weight.Having a baby born with low iron levels.Developing an infection in pregnancy.You will need to take extra care of yourself, as anaemia can make you feel very tired. Good luck
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Answer: Hello The top iron rich foods include green leafy vegetables like spinach, beetroot,chicken liver, whole egg,apple, pomegranate,watermelon pumpkin seeds, dates, almonds, amla,Eggs, spinach and foods rich in cofactorssuch as vitamin B6, folic acid, vitamin B12, and vitamin C (having after Doctor advise) important for maintaining normal hemoglobin levels.But if you have untreated anaemia during pregnancy you have an increased risk of going into labour early.Having a baby who has low birth weight.Having a baby born with low iron levels.Developing an infection in pregnancy.You will need to take extra care of yourself, as anaemia can make you feel very tired. Good luck
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