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Read Pregnant Women Eat Parsley
Not if taken in limi: Should not harm unsess taken more than usual quantities. ...Read more
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
It should be: I can't see ant reason off hand that would prevent it. ...Read more
Are parsley leaves and coriander leaves made as a soup safe for pregnant woman, if so what is the safest dosage?
Sure: Both are fine and you may eat as much as you like. ...Read more
I'm 5 weeks pregnant. I've read about the vitamin C & parsley method. How effective is this method?
No research but...:
There has been no formal research on Vit C & parsley to terminate pregnancy, though according to the best available resource on this, it is about 30-45% effective. If you decide to try it, you should be committed to trying a more definitive method, such as RU486 (which should be used before 9 weeks) if it fails. See http://www. Sisterzeus. Com/vit_c_ab. Html
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Very good: It is important to eat as healthily as possible while pregnant ; parsley is incredibly healthful as it is a rich source of phytonutrients as well as vitamins k, a ; c. It's esp. Beneficial to eat in the weeks before ; in early pregnancy as it is also a good source of folate, (folic acid) which prevents certain birth defects (more than foic acid). See http://www. Whfoods. Com/genpage. Php? Tname=foodspice;dbid=100. ...Read more
Never heard of it: Never heard of parsley causing a miscarriage. ...Read more
Tea and Pregnancy: Nope. Not sure where you got this message. Billions of women drink tea every day of their lives, including pregnant women. Millions, if not billions, eat parsley. Not sure where the thought it was dangerous comes from. ...Read more
Should be safe: The ingredients you state should be safe. Speak with yourob for dietary restrictions. ...Read more
In my early pregnancy I tried to vitamin C and parsley for 3 days but nothing happened now I'm afraid my child mat have defects what are the risk?
I had a pregnancy scare so I had parsley leaves and vitmain c to not get pregnant. Got my period now it's the 5th day & stomach burning what do I do?
Parsley and C: Are you making a salad? There is no valid clinical evidence that these will prevent a pregnancy. It is time to close your computer and make a appointment with a GYN for definitive birth control. Not sure who told you about parsley and vitamin C: utter nonsense. Get examined. ...Read more
Hi I'm about 6 weeks pregnant and do not want a surgical abortion am u able to drink parsley tea to induce a healthy miscarriage? Due to the vitc
Don't try it.: You need to talk with a doctor. Perhaps start with planned parenthood. They may be able to help you. You should get help from a medical professional. ...Read more
Dangerous to insert parsley vaginally and drink the tea taking high amounts of vitamin C when 5 weeks pregnant to cause miscarriage?
Do NOT try any "home remedy" to terminate a pregnancy! So many complications can occur-from infection/sepsis/death to hemorrhage/shock/death! Please go to a health care center, perhaps planned parenthood, or see your PCP.
I believe in Europe there is an OTC medication that you can take to induce termination of pregnancy up to (and maybe longer) 6 weeks, but I do not know if it is available US ...Read more
The pregnancy test was negative, I drank green tea, parsley and high dosage of vitamin C. I have cramps. And my period hasn't come but I'm PMSing?
Not pregnant: It's so frustrating to have PMS symptoms and yet not to have one's period. There's not much you can do other than speak to your doctor if it lasts for too long (or happens repeatedly each month) about using some progesterone to provoke a period. To my knowledge, there have been no studies showing that herbal medications work to provoke a period. But provera (medroxyprogesterone) does work. ...Read more
5 weeks pregnant. Can I have dried parsely and rosemery herbs added in my food? I have already had it twice, is it safe?
In small amounts: Rosemary is category B1 (animal studies have shown no risk to the fetus but no adequate well controlled studies in pregnant women are known) in pregnancy and compatible with lactation. Parsley in food is fine but should be avoided in large medicinal amounts during pregnancy. ...Read more
What do you advise if I had unprotected sex twice and was already having vitamin C and parsely tea. How likely is pregnancy?
I read in japan pregnant women continue to eat sushi and raw fish when pregant. I read that there are no conclusive studies regarding the ban, true?
The FDA disapproves!: Sushi should be avoided during pregnancy for two reasons. (1) risk of bacterial infection complicating the pregnancy. (2) risk of exposure to mercury complicating the pregnancy. Certainly not worth the risk during pregnancy. Cooked sushi or vegetable-only sushi should be fine, but then we'd worry about the person making the sushi having washed his hands after handling raw fish. ...Read more
Yes: There is no medical contraindication to eating dates during pregnancy. They supply niacin, folate, (folic acid) vitamin B-6, pantothenic acid, zinc, manganese, fiber and magnesium. One study found that the consumption of date fruit in the last 4 weeks before labour significantly reduced the need for induction and augmentation of labour, and produced a more favourable, but non-significant, delivery outcome. ...Read more
Eat your steak!: A pregnant woman can definitely eat steak, but it should be cooked all the way through. Some may think this ruins the steak. To have a steak that is cooked well-done but still tender, try a thinner cut. ...Read more
There are lots of good online nutrition resources -- including articles focused on pregnancy --
For example ---
Pregnancy nutrition: Healthy-eating basics
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/healthy-lifestyle/pregnancy-week-by-week/in-depth/pregnancy-nutrition/art-20046955
Pregnancy diet: Focus on these essential nutrients
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/healthy-lifestyle/pregnancy-week-by-week/in-depth/pregnancy-nutrition/art-20045082 ...Read more