Answer: 1 week me to increase nhi ho sakta pr jald badh sakta h.
Beetroot .pomegranate. mausmi ka juice.kishmish or anjeer bhigo ke khaye.this r very effective.try it
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Answer: Drink beet root juice, eat pomegranate every day.
Eat jaggery, peanut ladoo. It will be helpful.
Answer: drink 2beetroot and one pomegranate mix juice everyday
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Hemoglobin level had to be 11 plus during pregnancy
Following are the remedies to help increase hb level
Have a glass of beetroot and carrot juice with a spoon of lemon juice twice a day
Have a small piece of jaggery with ghee and roasted grams everyday
Eat iron rich foods such as green leafy vegetables,tofu , asparagus, whole egg, almonds, raisins, watermelon etc
Include iron rich fruits in your daily diet
Promegranate, apple, strawberry, grape, banana,gaya,litchi and kiwi
Include more of citrus fruits in your daily dirt as the are rich in vitamin c which helps iron absorption it into blood streams like oranges or lemons
Avoid iron blockers such as areated drinks ,cold drink or caffeine
Eating a balanced diet is the best way to endure you get a daily supply of all essential nutrients
You may as well opt for iron supplement in for of injection or iv
Three session of each or either is required
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First u need to understand about levels of haemoglobin during pregnancy...
10 to 10.9g/dL is mild anaemia
7 to 9.9g/dL is moderate anaemia
less than 7g/dl is severe anaemia
The top iron rich foods include green leafy vegetables like spinach, beetroot,chicken liver, whole egg,apple, pomegranate,watermelon pumpkin seeds, dates, almonds, amla,Eggs, spinach and foods rich in cofactorssuch as vitamin B6, folic acid, vitamin B12, and vitamin C (having after Doctor advise) important for maintaining normal hemoglobin levels.But if you have untreated anaemia during pregnancy you have an increased risk of going into labour early.Having a baby who has low birth weight.Having a baby born with low iron levels.Developing an infection in pregnancy.You will need to take extra care of yourself, as anaemia can make you feel very tired.