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Question: meri first baby c sec se hui thi ab 4 yrs ki hai aur ab me normal delevry chahti hu kya ye possible hai

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Answer: Definitely normal can be possible. Consult your possibilities with your gynecologist.
Answer: Yes absolutely normal ho sakti hai
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Answer: Hi, I am sending diet plan. plz follow this... Best Diet After C Section..... Drawing a diet plan, with what to eat after caesarean delivery and what to avoid, can be tricky and should be planned carefully. The diet should be a mix of foods which will supply essential nutrients in current quantities to the mother. Listed below are items which should be included in a mother’s food after C section for speedy recovery and nutrition fulfilment: Protein, Minerals and Calcium Rich Food... Proteins help in the growth of new tissue cells which fasten the healing process. Food items rich in protein facilitate repair of tissues and maintain muscle power post the surgery. Calcium, on the other hand, helps in strengthening bones and teeth, relaxation of muscles, aids blood coagulation and prevents osteoporosis. During breastfeeding, 250 to 350 mg of calcium is transferred to the new-born baby. Low-fat dairy products such as skimmed milk, low-fat yoghurt, cheese, beans and dried peas are excellent reservoirs of proteins and vitamins. Pulses are rich in protein content..... Sesame seeds are rich in iron, copper, calcium, phosphorous and magnesium. Whole Grain Foods..... Whole grain foods such as pasta, brown bread and brown rice should form a part of your diet as they are rich in carbohydrates which help to maintain energy levels and breast milk production.  Vitamin Rich Foods..... Vitamins are rich in anti-oxidants and help in repairing tissues. Vitamins assist production of collagen in the body which help in building new scar tissues, ligaments and skin. Vegetables like broccoli, spinach and fenugreek leaves are good sources of vitamins A and C, dietary calcium and iron. Vegetables and fruits like oranges, papayas, watermelons, strawberries, grapefruits and sweet potatoes are rich in vitamin C, which helps in combating infections and strengthening immunity. 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