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Question: What s the meaning irregular hydration during pregnancy

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Answer: That means your body is not having sufficient water. However water is very important during pregnancy. Dehydration can lead to problems. You should avoid dehydration. You should take the following steps like Drink plenty of water through out the day and also at night Avoid caffeine About straneus exercise Eat fruits that have water cobtebtblike watermelon And vegetables like cucumber You should also have coconut water.
Answer: Hello... Irregular hydration is referred to dehydration of body during pregnancy,it means you are not consuming required amount of water,it can also happens due to body heat,drink adequate amount of water,have tender coconut, Buttermilk,fresh juice daily,keep on sipping a small amount of water, throughout the day will help you to stay hydrated,include more fruits and vegetables in your diet..
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