27 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi i am in 7 month of pregnancy and my haemoglobin is very low . What should i do to increase my haemoglobin.

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Answer: Hi dear.. Include leafy vegetables, dates,pomegranate and gooseberry in ur diet. also try not to take tea n coffee as these inhibit iron absorption.
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