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Question: Do's and don'ts in pregnancy?

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Answer: Hi.. Dear expecting a child, is not a disease or any kind of illness. It is a natural honour rendered by God to the chosen females. Therefore, avoid lifting heavy buckets and doing any stressful job. Do work that you like, also do some regular exercises or yoga, pamper yourself make dishes for your self (food of your choice), go to parlour, get a good hair massage done.. Watch your favourite movies and listen to nice soothing music. 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.
Answer: Hi Dear First of all Congrats.. Pls understand pregnancy is not a disease and being normal and living a normal life is all u need to do, few basis do's are hv good healthy diet, a lot of water, prenatal meds on time, sleep well and in donts pls avoid lifting heavy weight, no intercourse in first trimester are few basics to avoid.. Hope this helps!
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