Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I m 36 wk prgnt n Can i eat ananas?????????
Answer: Hi.. Pineapple is a safe, healthy choice during pregnancy. It contains the enzyme bromelain, which is thought to help soften your cervix and bring on labour. One pineapple contains a very small amount of bromelain. So, u can eat pineapple but in moderate amount
Question: whatever I eat I feel tasteless Dr said me to hv coconut water n milk but I dnt like to drink it wat to do
Answer: Here are five simple ways to get rid of that awful taste in your mouth and regain control of your taste buds:
1. EAT OR DRINK CITRUS FRUIT OR JUICE
More often than not, the metallic taste goes away if you consume acids, like citrus.
2. USE A SALTWATER RINSE
A teaspoon of salt in eight ounces of water creates a saltwater solution for you to swoosh around your mouth, neutralizing pH levels and getting rid of that awful taste.
3. CHANGE YOUR PRENATAL VITAMIN
Not all prenatal vitamins are created equal, and some lead to metal mouth more than others. Talk to your doctor about switching if you just can’t tolerate the taste in your mouth.
4. EAT PICKLES
Pickles, like citrus, also have a high acidity because of the vinegar they’re marinated in. I wonder if metal mouth is where the craving for pickles so often comes from? Hmmmm.
5. BRUSH YOUR TONGUE
Brushing your tongue when you’re brushing your teeth could also neutralize the pH levels in your mouth, leaving you without the icky metallic flavor.
Question: hey m haemoglobin is quite low...it's 9.7 only...how I increase hb.. wat shud I eat??weight bhi 51only...doc said just improve ur hb
First u need to understand about levels of haemoglobin..
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.