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Question: M 20 week pregnant hu kya m green grapes kha skti hu

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Answer: Me ne suna tha ki grapes nahi khana chahiye... it is best not to eat... kyun risk lena chahte hai? during my pregnancy i had heard that it may cause some hormonal imbalance during pregnancy... Kuch hormonal imbalance pregnancy ke time ho sakti hai suna tha...
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