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Glucon D Drink During Pregnancy
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
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Most likely: Vitamin c is technically considered a category c drug/supplement, meaning that we don't know for sure whether it is absolutely safe in pregnancy. However, many resources state a daily dose of 120mg per day should be safe for pregnant and breast feeding women. Do not use if you are at risk for high blood pressure during your pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes,as much as usual: An ideal amount of soluble fiber to eat per day is 25-30 gm, mostly soluble, per day; ideal amount of water is 6-8 glasses daily; optimal exercise is 30 minutes equivalent of rapid walk 4 times per week. Nothing changes during pregnancy, actually it becomes even more important to avoid that dreaded miserable constipation of pregnancy, made worse by enlargening uterus and iron. Walk, water, fiber. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Yes, and recommended: Vitamin d is essential in pregnancy. Actually it should have begun before pregnancy, as it takes 3 mos. To reach appropriate levels with just daily replacement, unless you load up with high doses at the beginning of therapy. Check w/your ob. Calcium is also important. As well as folate and prenatal vitamins. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, but why: Pedialyte is a safe electrolyte solution that can be consumed during pregnancy with no fetal risk. But why ask? The product is made to use in infants as a fluid supplement during vomiting & diarrhea. Adults can easily get by on less expensive products like gateraid diluted to half strength if they need such help. ...Read more
Partial answer: I don't understand the "wen ttc" part of your question, but can say that both Folic Acid and iron are safe during pregnancy. Iron is sometimes recommended if you have severe anemia during pregnancy. Folic acid helps prevent some birth defects, but is best started before pregnancy. An informative iphone app resource on this and other prevention issues is my health checklist 2012. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Controversial: Since it hasn't been tested in a controlled study, medical community recommends against it. Green papaya reportedly can cause pre-term labor. As an enzyme (i.e. Protein) it may not survive stomach acid. However, there are many anecdotal reports of its benefit for heartburn. Others claim milk worked best for them. Advise low-fat/skim milk since fat stimulates acid secretion. ...Read more
Depends: If you are constipated, it should help you have a bowel movement. If you have too many bowel movements, that may not be so great. So, depends what you are using it for? As with anything, less is more. So if you don't need to use it, then not to worry. If you do, then proceed using a little to see it's effects on you. One good thing is that is is a natural food. Just don't overdo! ...Read more
20yo & pcos and want to make sure i'm not taking to much vitamins. One a day women's, prenatal, c & e, folic acid, b complex, chromium picolinate?
12 weeks pregnant. Have high folate (folic acid) serum levels blood test-is this ok or dangerous? Do i stop vitamins? (takin pregnacare max with calc vit d &omega
Why?: Why don't you just use normal prenatal vitamins? There is no reason for injectable vitamins. ...Read more
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