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Question: I read somewhere that brinjal is not good and should be avoided during pregnancy. is it true

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Answer: Hello! Even though medical experts do not strictly suggest on avoiding brinjal during pregnancy, you need to ensure it is consumed in moderation to avoid potential risks and complications. Make sure you cook it thoroughly to avoid digestion problems. If you still have doubts, you can also speak to your doctor.
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    Parul Borah1282 days ago

    thanks for your suggestion

Answer: Yes bcoz it is hot in nature n be the cause of miscarriage .....so avoid in first trimster
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    Parul Borah1282 days ago

    thank you

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