Answer: What exactly if your query dear. I am sharing the diet which is recommended while going through the IVF procedure. It is suggested to eat at least 65 grams of protein every day from the foods like the eggs, flax seeds, fish and lean meats. The vegetarian must eat more of the nuts, beans, soybeans, legumes and the other sources of proteins.
Some tips for foods to avoid during IVF Pregnancy :-
1.) Avoid Raw non-vegetarian food. You can take fish but cooked in light gravy. However, ensure that that fish is fresh.
2.) Avoid hotel food or any outside food where you have no control over kitchen. Stick to home cooked food.
3.) Avoid processed or packaged food at all costs.
4.) Absolutely no packaged juice. No matter how ‘real’ they claim to be. Make fresh juice at home. It is best to have fruits.
5.) No cold drinks. They can cause harm that you might not even realize and it causes acidity. Avoid any item that can disturb your bowel movements.
6.) Keep cooking simple. Avoid heavy gravies butter masala types or experimental food, Masterchef types.
7.) Avoid raw and undercooked vegetables. I insisted on cleaning the vegetables in lukewarm water.
HOPE THIS HELPS.
Answer: Thnk u... my egg transfer is not yet done.... its fixed on Wednesday .... can u tell me about the diet aftr that n the about the rest i need to take
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