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Question: I am 3 weeks pregnant... And i dont feel lyk eating anything.... I eat 1 roti only.... Will it affect the growth of baby??

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Answer: Try intaking fresh fruits and juices, vegetables and spinach for baby.. 1 roti will not give enough nutrients to baby.. So ve healthy food
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