26 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My weight is increase too much what ill do.i am 6 month pregnent

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Answer: Hi! Increase of weight in pregnancy is normal, however excessive weight gain during this period will eventually be a problem later post pregnancy and wil be challenging to loose. Please follow the below tips; 1)Eat moderately and eat often, control the portion but increase the frequency. 2)Drink water, as much as possible. 3)Crave for the healthy food and make a conscious effort. 4)Walking is best, you can walk everyday for abt half an hour. Hope this helps!
Answer: U should do exercises like walking.and control ur sugar intake.
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