How much weight gain is normal during pregnancy? : Dr. Sherazum Munira
At this time it is normal for a mother to gain weight up to 8-12 kg. However, it depends on the previous weight of the womb. Those mothers whose IgO is less than 5 can increase up to 5 kg, but if IgO is more than 25, gaining up to 5 kg is sufficient. Of these, the first three months can increase weight by 3 to 2 kg and middle and last three months by 5 kg.
How can any food provide nutrition?
At this time, more nutrition is needed for the nutrition of the mother and the baby.
Be careful when selecting foods so that all ingredients are in the required levels. A glass of water and fibrous foods like red flour, vegetables, vegetables, and constipation a day helps in eliminating constipation. Foods that provide energy include flour, wheat, pasta, noodles, oats, potatoes, etc. We get a variety of vitamins and antioxidants from fruits and vegetables. The best ingredients of protein are fish, meat, eggs, nuts, beans, soy products. One glass of milk per day can fill our calcium deficit. Other sources of calcium are cheese, yogurt, broccoli, almonds, ice cream, etc. Iron foods are notable greens, red meat, nuts, raw vegetables. Fruits and vegetables should be covered by half of the daily diet and the amount of fat should be 5% or less of all diets.
Which foods should be discarded?
At this time some bacteria may be infected with unpasteurized milk, semi-cooked meat, unrefined herbs, which are responsible for abortion. In addition to alcohol, excess tea, coffee, cold drinks should be avoided.
Pregnant women: Some misconceptions and do’s and don’ts
Pregnancy is the most awkward moment in any woman’s life. The first unforeseen event that can occur after pregnancy is abortion. About 1 in every 3 pregnant women have a miscarriage for the first time. Many times the cause can be diagnosed by medical examination.
Vitamin C expresses reluctance to take drugs. The vitamin eliminates blood clots in the mother’s body and reduces the chance of bone loss.
Many mothers refrain from physical labor and cohabitation at this time and consider it risky for the unborn baby. But without some risky conditions (such as placenta previa, repeat aberrations, oats), mothers can continue to function normally. In this situation, a mother can do any moderate exercise (for example, walking, swimming) for 5 minutes a day for 3 to 5 days a week. This reduces the risk of overweight, diabetes, and pressure.
Papaya and pineapple can be eaten in the fruit and in moderate quantities for the stomach. However, those who have a history of abortion should not eat extra raw papaya and pineapple for the first three months. Because in some cases they can cause abortion and cause abortion. If you have preeclampsia or pressure problems, you should not take extra salt in your diet.
Finally, it is important to remember that a pregnant mother should always be smiling and free of anxiety. Because the mother’s mental state during pregnancy later influences the development of the baby, as evidenced by the study.
Dr. Serajum Munira-ConsultantMBBS, MCPS, FCPS-Gynaecology & Obstetrics