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Question: My hemoglobin is 8.10 which is very low. It can create problem for normal delivery?
Answer: Hello, The levels of haemoglobin during pregnancy... 10 to 10.9g/dL is mild anaemia 7 to 9.9g/dL is moderate anaemia less than 7g/dl is severe anaemia The top iron rich foods include green leafy vegetables like spinach, beetroot,chicken liver, whole egg,apple, pomegranate,watermelon pumpkin seeds, dates, almonds, amla,Eggs, spinach and foods rich in cofactorssuch as vitamin B6, folic acid, vitamin B12, and vitamin C (having after Doctor advise) important for maintaining normal hemoglobin levels.But if you have untreated anaemia during pregnancy you have an increased risk of going into labour early.Having a baby who has low birth weight.Having a baby born with low iron levels.Developing an infection in pregnancy.You will need to take extra care of yourself, as anaemia can make you feel very tired. Good luck
Question: Is piles problem for normal delivery?
Answer: Hello Piles is not a problem for normal delivery here are few tips to help you Piles and pregnancy can be a very difficult time as it's suggested u should not take any medication as it will go to your baby. The best thing to do is stay hydrated drink plenty of liquids fruit juices butter milk etc include ghee or butter tossed meals. Eat lots of vegetables and fruits as they contain high fiber content wch will help u in easing the constipation. Use banking soda and water pack on the area to reduce itching. Have a warm water bath with baking soda in it avoid sitting for long time use a donut pillow to sit.
Question: I have anterior placenta..wat is it mean? it makes any problem for normal delivery?
Answer: hello dear everything is normal dont worry.. After the egg fertilises, it travels down your fallopian tube, and gets embedded in your uterus (womb). At exactly this place where the fertilised egg implants in your uterus, your placenta gets formed. Thus, the position where placenta implants and develops may vary from person to person. Anterior placenta, where the placenta is positioned on the front wall of your uterus (womb).