24 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I don't like to have any dairy products, specially milk. Any alternative veg foods for proper calcium intake?

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Answer: Hello dear Drinking milk is very necessary in pregnancy to have an adequate amount of calcium. But if u don't like milk then better is to have a variety of other calcium-rich foods such as yogurt, cheese, dark leafy greens almonds and calcium-fortified orange juice.
Answer: Have makhana , curd , milk , calcium tablets suggested by doctor
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