Similar Questions with Answers
Question: wn I got pregnant my weight was 64 and today it's 77 .. is it normal or am I overweight.???
Answer: Optimal weight gain during pregnancy ranges from 10-15kg. however each pregnancy is different some might gain less whereas some might gain upto 20kg depending on their body type.
During pregnancy one needs to be very wise selecting diet. You need to take lots of protein and carbs whereas have to cut short on sugar,oil and spice.
Keep your meals simple. Reduce the quantity and eat at every 2hours. This way your metabolism will be high and the calories will be consumed immediately rather than getting stored. Include more of fruits and Dryfruit this way there will be healthy weight gain . You ll have strong stamina rather than just accumulating fat in your body which will be tough to get rid of post delivery.
Drink water at every hour. This will improve your digestion and will also cleanse your body.
Question: I am 9 weeks pregnant.. During my first month(7th week) ,when I checked my weight it was 60kg. When I checked today ,it is still in 60. I didn't gained weight in these days. Is there any problem ?
Answer: Hi, during the first trimester there is not much weight gain due to morning sickness and vomiting sessions.
This is common during the initial stage of pregnancy.
However I can help us with few tips for morning sickness which was very helpful to me.
1. consuming more meals per day, with smaller portions may help, especially high-carbohydrate meals.
2. pregnant women with morning sickness should try to avoid having an empty stomach.
3. Ginger may help reduce nausea symptoms during pregnancy.
4. Take ginger lemon water with honey.
5. Stay away from strong smell. during pregnancy, there may be an increase in sensitivity to odors, which might overstimulate normal nausea triggers.
6. mix one teaspoon each of lemon juice and mint juice with one-half teaspoon of ginger juice and one tablespoon of honey. Have this mixture two to three times a day.
7. Add five to six drops of ginger juice in a teaspoon of honey. Consume this mixture slowly when you wake up in the morning.
8. Press 15 to 20 curry leaves on a sieve to extract the juice. Add two teaspoons of fresh lemon juice and one teaspoon of honey or sugar and mix it well.
9. Chew on one teaspoon of fennel seeds after meals to help in the digestion process.
10. It has been found that women who drink a glass of water every hour are much less likely to suffer from morning sickness. Try to drink eight to 10 glasses of water daily.
Question: Hello Doctor,
My last missed period date was on 27th February and I have a 24 days cycle. I checked on 6th and found that I am Pregnant. So, how old is my baby. is it one week?
Answer: Dear I think it must be 27 January?
so if your last period date is 27 january then you are in your 5 week 4 days of pregnancy..
Question: Hi, I am 34 weeks pregnant, my hemoglobin count is 11, doctor told it's normal, but pla suggest how to increase it without gaining weight
Answer: Hii Don't worry. there are some remedies through which u can improve hb
Have apple beet and carrot juice everyday .This is the best morning juice for improving hb.
Snack on almond and pumpkin seed. This is so good for ur increasing natural iron level and bonus is it taste good.
Black resin ,black dates and dry fig are 3 dry fruits has tons of iron content in it. You must include these dried fruits everyday to increase iron levels during pregnancy. They are so sweet, delicious and in the same way they give your body more iron content.
Have pomegranate and orange in ur regular diet. Eat lost of green vegetable.
Soak 2 spoons black Sesame seeds in water for 2 hours, strain and make a paste of sesame seeds.
Add honey and have it once a day. They are rich in iron and works effectively for anemia and weakness.
Consumption of Almonds helps in blood purification and also helps in increasing the Hemoglobin count in the body. Soak 3 almonds overnight and eat them in the morning.
Pregnant women can have 10 12 almonds soaked which prevents birth defects and preterm labor.
Hii Severe or untreated iron-deficiency anemia during pregnancy can increase your risk of having:
A preterm or low-birth-weight baby
A blood transfusion (if you lose a significant amount of blood during delivery)
A baby with anemia
A child with developmental delays