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Question: Hi..... my HAEMOGLOBIN level is 9.8 ....is that normal...and how to increase the blood count
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy.Hb is little less and levels can be increased by including some kinds of foods in your diet. They are dates, green leafy vegetables, tomatoes, fruits etc. They help a lot to improve hb percentage. Date syrup and date jam can be made at home and used regularly.Ragi porridge can also improve hb very quickly. It's better to take sprouted ragi powder as it is easy to digest. It also improves immunity . Please go through Healofy home page for diet, recipes tips and many more they help us a lot. Take care
Question: Hi, my haemoglobin level is 10.9. i am worried that i am anemia. Please suggest how to increase haemoglobin.
Answer: Dear a women should have 12-16 hemoglobin in her but 10 is also fine and its not count as anemic but yes you need to increase your Hb.The following ways can be implemented to improve the level of haemoglobin during pregnancy:
Green vegetables, especially the leafy green ones are very rich in Iron. For example coriander, spinach, mint and fenugreek. These vegetables are also rich in other vitamins and nutrients essential for pregnancy.
Dates and dry figs are very good in increasing haemoglobin levels. Other dry fruits like walnuts, raisins and almonds will also help in increasing the level of haemoglobin during pregnancy.
Pulses add a good amount of iron and protein to a meal. Have them like salad, soup or add them to bread for good results. Peas, Lentils and beans have a good number of vitamins, minerals, fibre, iron and protein that makes a balanced diet for pregnant women.
Asparagus is rich in iron. A hot cup of asparagus soup can be consumed when heavy food choices are difficult to digest. You can also add sesame seeds in the soup for more iron content.
Eating fresh fruits like pomegranate and oranges are the best way to increase the level of haemoglobin during pregnancy. Pomegranates are very rich in iron content. Oranges are rich in Vitamin C which helps to boost the immune system of the body and in turn boost haemoglobin levels. Other fruits like Kiwi, peach, grapefruit, guava are also rich in iron.
Vegetables rich in Folic Acid
Folic acid is significantly involved in the production of haemoglobin. Vegetables like corn, banana, turnips, sprouts, avocado, lettuce, lady finger, etc. are very rich in folic acid.
Question: My haemoglobin is 10gm this month. Is it safe. And what should I include in diet to increase the haemoglobin. Please answer.
Answer: Hello dear... The normal value for hemoglobin during pregnancy is 12-16mg/dL,decrease in this value leads to Anemia,mildanemia in pregnancy will cause to most women, because more blood is taken for baby's development, if you are not getting nutrients from your diet,it won't produce more blood and causes anaemia..
Intake of healthy diet helps you a lot..
Intake of folate rich items like whole wheat, cereals,oats, lentils
Drink two glasses of milk daily
You can have ABC (apple, beetroot,carrot) juice,will increase bloods,you can see difference in a week
Include more vegetables and fruits in your diet,have green leafy vegetables in any form daily
Make a habit of eating dryfruits daily,start your day with having soaked dryfruits in morning,it will surely increases hemoglobin
Eat two soaked figs will increase the HB level
If you are a non vegetarian,eat egg,chicken,fish weekly twice will help a lot..