Answer: Hi Dear!
Karena and Jamun juice should nt be a problem but asking your Dr. and checking disclaimer at the back of the bottle fr pregnant woman is important, because mostly these r not allowed in pregnancy because its all packaged and hv preservative to increase shelf life..
In my opinion having cooked karela at home will be much beneficial.
Also since you have GDM be sure it does not pass through to your baby but yes due to high glucose levels baby's weight might increase than gestational age, baby may be too large.
Check your diet and reduce carb intake. take Doc prescribed medicine and it will be controlled. Walk daily and include lots of fruits, veggies and fish in your diet.
Answer: Dear nothing of that sort should be taken without consulting your doctor. These contain preservatives and taking regularly may have it's side effects on the pregnancy. Please have a word with you gynae she will let you know if it is safe to have. Hope it helps.
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