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Can Pregnant Women Eat Bananas Foster
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Can you eat too many vegetables while pregnant? I blend 4 cups of veggies daily with almond milk, a banana and a half cup of blueberries. Is this safe
4/11 had emergency APPY, since I have a mass above the belly button incision that is shaped like a banana and hurts. I have gained 35 pounds and yet I cant eat cause I am always feeling sick/puking/diahreah/fatigue. I look 9 months pregnant.
Have that "mass" checked out by the surgeon who did your procedure!! ASAP!!! Sounds like you have a HEMATOMA (Collection of blood) due to the procedure. (A known complication!)
Hope this help and BE WELL
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They Can: You can still eat bananas – even if you have diabetes. Bananas are a good source of fiber, they contain potassium, and vitamin c, but they also contain carbohydrates. In fact, all fruit has some carbohydrate, so you need to count them in your diabetes meal plan. If you want to include bananas in your meal plan, become familiar with portion sizes and the number of carbohydrates in each. ...Read more
Banana & uremia: Uremic patients usually have very poor appetite. The question is not really whether they could eat bananas but what problems bananas can cause in uremic patients. Bananas are high in potassium and patients who are uremic will likely have difficulty excreting potassium from the body. High blood potassium can lead to irregular heart rhythms which can cause lead to a life-threating situation. ...Read more
Hogwash!: There is absolutely no truth to that statement. Unless you have a serious allergy to either or both foods ...Read more
Not sure why I love and crave to eat bananas daily. Cons and Pros of eating 6-8 banana per day on your health please. Any benefits or concerns?
You Got Back??: Well, they say bananas have lots of patassium in them (so-so) and that the complex carbohydrates impede rapid absorption of the sugars, i.e. low glycemic index (maybe) and that they don't have a lot of calories (sort-of: 100 calories or so for a medium sized one), so if you adjust the calories in your daily diet, knock yourself out. But if not, maybe check out Sir Mix-A-Lot's song "Baby Got Back" ...Read more
Fruit rash: The best answer will be to get tested by a board certified allergist to determine if you are truly allergist. It is doubtful at your age that you are allergic to bananas and carrots but some individuals with severe pollen allergies can develop reactions to fresh fruits and vegetables. ...Read more
Should be ok..:
Banana contains some good nutrients/vitamins and it is easy to digest and so I don't expect it to worsen your stomach trouble. If you are having much nausea/vomiting, then hold off foods for a bit longer until you are ready to chow. Otherwise, peel one off and take a bite. The on in picture here looks quite delicious to me. Good luck.
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See below: You may have an allergy to the bananas. See you doctor about this and avoid bananas in the meantime. ...Read more
Are small black flecks in toddler stool usually just food, or something to worry about. Doesn't eat bananas.
How serious is low K levels in someone with symptomatic bradycardia? I'm 25, can't absorb the pills well or eat bananas as advised (anaphylaxis). Thx
Please discuss the issue with your doctor immediately. There are multiple ways of supplementing potassium other than pills and bananas, e.g., beans, dark leafy greens, potatoes, squash, yogurt, fish, avocados, mushrooms. See this site for more info.
http://www. Webmd. Com/food-recipes/potassium-sources-and-benefits? Page=2 ...Read more
4 wks post cholesystectomy. Lots of Nausea, can barely eat bananas only a little bit 1x day. Hurts when my food digests, white tongue. What is it?
Antibiotics given?: Where you given antibiotics during your time in the hospital? That might explain the white tongue - thrush (a type of yeast that overgrows once bacteria are wiped out). Or the white tongue could be dehydration because postoperative nausea & vomiting has kept down fluid intake. You should see the surgeon / doctor or use HealthTap Prime to discuss & get treatment. If you need IV hydration, go 2 hosp ...Read more
I have been having feet cramps all my life I drink plenty of water and eat bananas as well but I still get them is something wrong with my feet?
Too much water?: It is possible that you are drinking too much water. If you do that you could dilute the electrolytes that your muscles need. Make sure that your urine is a pale yellow not clear. The next thing to try is a potassium and magnesium supplement. If you still have problems you should see a doctor for testing. ...Read more
Could be allergic: It is possible to become allergic to a food as an adult. Allergy testing helps to determine if it is an allergy or intolerance. Any food that causes untoward symptoms should be avoided at least until allergy can be ruled out by appropriate testing. ...Read more