18 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I'm 6month pragnent women I want to eat ripe mango fruits ist good or bad for me now??plz tell me

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Answer: Hii fruit is actually good to have but u need to make sure that is naturally ripen. Not artificially. As carbide is added in the mango to make it ripen. So do check before having it. As well eat only seasonal fruits.
Answer: Hello! You can have ripe mangoes but in moderation. Don't have anything in excess.
Answer: Nothing is bad.. if it is taken in moderate amount..!
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