29 weeks pregnant mother

Question: is it harmful for baby if i drink cold water or ice cream?please let me know..

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Answer: Dear cold water in winters may cause cold and cough and same applies to the ice cream. Having them is absolutely safe but in the corre ct weather. These days it may cause sore throat and severe cold. Hope it helps.
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