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Question: I m hvg twin pregnancy with 15 weeks ...My weight is 63 nd height is 4"11.Plz help me about my health nd baby
Answer: Hello During pregnancy u can eat wt u want but it's also essential to eat right for u and ur growing baby. A well balanced diet filled with all the essential minerals and nutrients is very important. Eat proteins like chicken fish lamb. It's rich in b12 fish is rich in omega 3 fatty acids wch helps in brain development. You have to be well hydrated as with water fresh fruit juices butter milk milkshakes etc Eat lots of ghee diary products this helps in increasing ur baby s weight Avocado is very good during pregnancy as it promotes conception and is very rich in follate wch helps in preventing birth defects it's an amazing fruit to add in ur pregnancy diet Eat lots fruits and vegetables lentils whole grains include high fiber foods so u will have a good iron content with nutrient value. Avoid eating or drinking citrus fruits as it can give u acidity. Do not eat papaya pineapple as they contain high estrogen levels r bad for ur baby. Keep physically active by walking stretching etc so u have fresh oxygen to ur blood.
Question: Bfre pregnancy i was 63 kgs.. now am in week 21 nd ny weight is 68 kgs,my height is 5.2 ft, such weight gain is normal? And also what is the Weight boundary for a normal and healthy pregnancy ..??
Answer: Hi I say don't know your weight when you had conceive it is difficult for me to guide you but when I can see is during pregnancy it is absolutely normal for a woman to gain about 1.5 to 2 kgs of weight every month according you can calculate your weight gain during the entire pregnancy till now also during the entire pregnancy it is normal for a woman to gain about 16 kgs of weight..in throughout the pregnancy
Question: Hii.I am aproaching towards my due date...n my weight is 63 kgs,height is 5.3 feet.i have gained abt 15 kgs during my pregnancy and seems weight is still increasing...will this be a problem i normal delivery...
Answer: Dear a weight of 75-80 kg is considered normal for delivery. So 63 kgs is quite normal and won't affect normal delivery