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Foods to be avoided during periods - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Menstruation and Miscarriage
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Doctor :   Hi
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User :   i have heard that in periods time you should take hot things like tea, coffee and not to take cold things like curd, cold milk. is it right
Doctor :   No, that is just a superstition.
Doctor :   Some people have abdominal discomfort during periods
Doctor :   hence they sometimes avoid spicy foods out of choice
User :   ok that means in summer we can take cold drinks, curd, cold coffee, cold milk during periods
Doctor :   Yes
Doctor :   There is no literature for food to be avoided during the periods
User :   ok.. can i take becasule and vitemain E tablet during periods
Doctor :   Yes
User :   as i used to take them on regular basis
Doctor :   Ok
User :   can i ?
Doctor :   Yes
User :   ok thanks
Doctor :   Vitamin E can be stopped after 3-4 months
User :   and b-complex
User :   i have heard that there is no medicine which has no side effects... is it right
Doctor :   Yes
Doctor :   But they have no direct relation to periods
Doctor :   Multivitamins have no side effects generallyDoctor :   Vitamin E should not be taken in excess
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