Answer: Hi Now u should consult doctor as u need to get ur body checkup done.At the first prenatal visit, the doctor will confirm the pregnancy. In addition, further tests are carried out including: weighing, urine, measuring blood pressure, and haemoglobin determination. The doctor will draw blood to determine your blood group and rhesus factor and further tests will be carried out to screen for HIV and rubella, along with other potentially dangerous diseases.The focus of this appointment, however, is mainly on the advice. The doctor will discuss possible risks and give advice regarding nutrition and other pregnancy related issues. Of course you also have the opportunity to ask the questions that you have regarding your pregnancy.
Answer: Hi.. Dear you can start having dry fruits from now on..cashews, almonds , apricots , raisins, dates, walnuts , and pistachios are some dry fruits to eat during pregnancy. Since dry fruits are nutritious, you should aim to include the recommended quantity in your diet each day.
You need to include plenty of fruits and vegetables, protein, fibre and carbohydrates in your diet. Avoid unripe papaya and pineapple. Take folic acid and vitamin supplements if required, for your child healthy development and drink plenty of water to keep yourself hydrated.
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Answer: Hello dear
Special care and attention is needed in initial weeks. So for that u should keep in mind the following things:
1. You need to make sure that you keep your baby at a temperature that is comfortable and safe.
2. You can help your baby develop good 'sleep hygiene' by doing things such as providing a quiet, dimly lit environment at night time
3. For bathing plain water is fine for the first few months of life. This includes at nappy changing - initially you should just use water and soft cotton wool
4. If your baby has dry skin, don't use any kind of moisturising product without asking your doctor
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