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hi, my wife is 31 years old. She is now pregnant of 1month. She is slender. 45 kg weight. Very lean. Since 10 days she has some bleeding once a day from vagina only in the morning. She lost 4 kg of weigt in past 7 days. She has become very weak. Can anybody advise the medicines to be preferred. So far we have not used any medicine. Help me at the earliest.
 
  ravikiran.cv on 2011-03-15
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Please give more details of your wife however as a tonic you may give her combination of 5 Phos of Wilmar Schewebe W.Germany.


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Mahfoozurrehman last decade
You must take care of the pregnant women all the time and must go for checking the condition of child and mother u must give following food so that the condition will be good

All the nutrients the unborn child needs are supplied by the mother during pregnancy. The baby will weigh about seven pounds at birth. The baby`s life-support system consisting of the placenta, uterus, membranes, fluid and maternal blood volume also grows during pregnancy, facilitating the growth of the fetus. Your body also gets ready to give birth and nourish the baby through breastfeeding. Your pregnancy may de-plete you of important nutrients if you do not nourish yourself adequately. All these added demands require that you develop a good eating habit.

You need about 300 calories per day more than you did when you were not pregnant. These amounts to a total of about 2.100 to 2.400 calories per day .These additional calories should come from high protein, high calcium and iron rich foods. Three hundred calories is not much actually. It could be obtained from 2 tall glasses of milk or a bowl of hearty soup, a serving of meat or fish. Do not add lots of high calorie non nutritious food such as cakes or dessert.

pro-tein foods for Pregnant WomenA good daily pregnancy diet should consist of a variety of food containing plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, dairy products, pro-tein foods (such as meat, fish, nuts, eggs, and legumes), some fat and about two quarts of fluid a day.
To get enough nutrients, pregnant women should take a multivitamin and eat healthy foods from the four basic food groups everyday including:
Fruits and Vegetables - Pregnant women should try to eat 7 or more servings of fruits and vegetables combined (for example: 3 servings of fruit and 4 of vegetables) daily. Fruits and vegetables are rich sources of fiber, vitamins and minerals. Fruits and vegetables also contain vitamin C which will help you and your baby to have healthy gums and other tissues. Vitamin C also helps your body to heal wounds and to absorb iron. Examples of fruits and vegetables with vitamin C include strawberries, melons, lemons, oranges, papaya, tomatoes, peppers, greens, cabbage, and broccoli. Fruits and vegetables also add fiber and minerals to your diet to give you energy. Plus, dark green vegetables have vitamin A, iron, and folate, which are important nutrients during pregnancy.

One Serving Fruit = 1 medium apple, 1 medium banana, 1/2 cup of chopped fruit, 3/4 cup of fruit juice One Serving Vegetable = 1 cup raw leafy vegetables, 1/2 cup of other vegetables (raw or cooked), 3/4 cup vegetable juice.
 
kumar 14344 last decade
Ravikiran

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