Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Hi, Can I eat half fry egg?
Answer: Yes, u can have eggs in pregnancy as it is a good source of protein that provides amino acids, you and your baby need. They contain more than a dozen vitamins and minerals, which is good for baby's brain development. However, be sure not to eat undercooked or raw eggs.
Eating one to two eggs on most days in a week is not harmful. However, if you are overweight or suffering from high cholesterol, eating eggs every day may increase the risk of complications
Question: hi i have one year old baby and now i m again pregnant is it save?
Nothing to worry
When you are pregnant you should eat at least 2700 calories each day which means double the amount of food
You are developing baby inside so your iron necessity will also be more
Get plenty of rest put your legs and foot up as frequently as possible to avoid or reduce any swelling
Take more fruits fruit juices boiled vegetables and nutritious diet
Avoid spicy food and oily food
Food heavy and hard to digest should also be avoided
Eat in regular intervals small portions
Boil cumin in water and add ghee sugar to it
Keep on drinking it
Tightness of stomach major issue is mainly due to gas formation and acidity
By eating small portions at regular intervals you can avoid indigestion and reduce gas formation
Cumin water helps you to lose the tightness
Question: Can I eat half fry egg and is papaya safe now my 6 month is goin on?
Answer: Eggs can be almost irresistible when they’re cooked perfectly. Many of us enjoy eating soft boiled or undercooked eggs. However, during pregnancy, they’re definitely a big no-no as they may be contaminated with salmonella, which is a bacterium that causes diarrhoea and vomiting. You should also avoid other foods and desserts which are made from raw eggs, including custards and mousse.
papayas are in the list of natural foods to avoid pregnancy, and are believed to cause miscarriages. Unripe papaya can be especially dangerous as it has certain compounds that trigger uterine contractions