21 weeks pregnant mother

Question: 21 weeks pregnancy

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Answer: Hi dear congratulation. Now in 21st week pregnancy ur baby size is 7 inches and weight around 11 ounces. Now whatever u eat ur baby can taste it so do try different taste buds. Hands and legs of baby is finally in proportion.
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Answer: Hi.. Dear you can start your morning with calcium rich yogurt, cheese, fortified orange juice, sesame seeds bread, almonds, figs or scrambled tofu.. Oatmeal, spinach omelettes, peanut butter etc. you can start having dry fruits from now on..cashews, almonds , apricots , raisins, dates, walnuts , and pistachios are some dry fruits to eat during pregnancy. Since dry fruits are nutritious, you should aim to include the recommended quantity in your diet each day. You need to include plenty of fruits and vegetables, protein, fibre and carbohydrates in your diet. Avoid unripe papaya and pineapple. Take folic acid and vitamin supplements if required, for your child healthy development and drink plenty of water to keep yourself hydrated.
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