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Question: Hi am 31 weeks pregnant bt my baby weight is 1362grams is it normal weight haaaa how can I improve my baby weight
Answer: Ya normal.eat healthy food,dry fruits, think positive.,meditate in morning.
Question: Hi am now 38 weeks bt baby weight is 2.9kg is it normal
Answer: Hi dear congrats,
Yes it's good as it's near to 3 Kgs. By the end still it will increase. 3 to 3.5 kg is good.
Question: hi i am 30 weeks pregnant and my baby weight is 1.6 kg is it normal?
Answer: From now till labour your baby will grow at very rapid rate, for which you need to provide extra calories from nutrients dense food, so that your baby gains weight in healthy manner.
Eat a balanced and nutrition rich diet. Try to keep your diet as natural as possible with loads of fresh fruits and vegetables. Also include whole grains, proteins(lean meat/lentils) and dairy products(cheese, paneer,ghee) to your meals.
Take your prenatal vitamins regularly. It compensates for any gaps in your nutrition intake and acts as a healthy supplement for your and your baby’s health
Include dry fruits and nuts in your diet as they have healthy fats
Stay relaxed and positive at all times. When you are over anxious, you tend to under-eat or overeat (mostly wrong and unhealthy food choices)
Drink lots of water. Dehydration during pregnancy can cause many complications like headaches, acidity, indigestion, heartburn etc and can also cause contractions.
Question: hi I am 31weeks pregnant and my baby weight is 1273 is it normal?
Answer: You weight of baby is little less but don't worry. By eating well u can increase the weight of baby.
The best foods for a woman to eat during the last four weeks of pregnancy are essentially the same as what she should eat from the beginning.
getting proper nutrition, minimizing stress, getting plenty of rest and avoiding all stimulants, including caffeine, alcohol and nicotine, to promote fetal growth are the important things to be taken care for increasing weight of baby .
Protein is important to a baby's overall development, especially her brain. The choices are vast when selecting healthy proteins, including almonds, lean poultry, lean beef, low-mercury fish and dairy foods, including cheese, milk and yogurt. Include at least one protein source, such as low-fat cheese or peanut butter, in each meal and snack to promote fetal growth.
Many empty calorie foods are primarily carbohydrates. These type of carbohydrates should be minimized as they can cause a pregnant woman to gain unnecessary weight and provide little to no nutrition to the mother or baby. skipping foods like salads and broccoli and replacing them with more caloric-dense foods like legumes, hearty cereals or dried apricots. Some vegetables, such as white potatoes, corn and peas, are fine in moderation but are part of the starch food group. Five to six servings of vegetables and six to eight servings of healthy grains.
Fresh fruit makes a great snack during pregnancy and provides the mother and baby with healthy sugar. Desserts are high in sugar and don't provide the mother or baby with essential nutrients. Sugar-free foods like gelatin are safe in moderation, but it is best to calm a sweet tooth with fresh fruits or even dark chocolate. Two to three servings of healthy sugars is adequate.