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Is having tender coconut water good during pregnancy? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 03-Jul-2013
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Practicing since : 2004
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User:hello doctor
Doctor:How can I help you.
User:I am XXXXXX
User:i think i had chat with you before also
User:i need few informaton
Doctor:I think we had a couple of discussions earlier.
Doctor:Tell me how can I help you today?
User:i consulted you when i was trying to concieve
Doctor:Were you able to conceive?
User:as of today i am 8 week pregnent
Doctor:That's good.
User:actually my mom says that you should eats lots of coconut and drink tender coconut daily
User:so at this point drinking tender coconut water daily is ok?
Doctor:There are no direct effects of tender coconut water on pregnancy.
Doctor:However the electrolyte XXXXXXX solution have various other properties which can be beneficial to any normal person.
Doctor:So there is no harm in taking them daily.
User:actually one more thing when should i start applying anti stretch XXXXXXX cream
User:i heard olive oil is better than any cream
Doctor:They are contraindicated if you suffer from kidney problems are on some heart medications.
User:what will you recommend
Doctor:The real benefits of antistretch XXXXXXX cream during pregnancy is unknown. However you may use them after 3 months when your abdomen starts stretching.
User:that was all my query for today
Doctor:Olive oil has good herbal properties. As a physician I would not be able to compare the antistretch XXXXXXX cream with olive oil.
User:thanks a lot for your time and answering my questions
Doctor:But most herbal/ayurvedic creams would contain same ingredients.
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Wish you a safe pregnancy.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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