16 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Which type of fruits can I take daily...

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Answer: Hello dear... Fruits are rich source if energy, you can take apple, guava, orange, pomegranate, mosambi, chikoo, but avoid papaya, pineapple, grapes, which is not recommended in pregnancy, also include dryfruits, they are good to have in pregnancy
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    Ms Preity30 days ago

    Thanks alot

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