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Undergone an ICSI treatment. Healthy embroys were transferred in uterus. What precaution to be taken?

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My wife (29) has undergone an ICSI treatment yesterday itself when the two healthy embroys were transferred in her uterus. The doctor has asked to conduct a BHCG test on 7th August 2012. What special precautions need to be taken after ICSI in the food intake and daily lifestyle ?
Posted Wed, 15 Aug 2012 in Infertility Problem
Answered by Dr. Mahesh Koregol 1 hour later
Thanks for writing in. I am happy to know 2 healthy embryos were transferred. Your wife should get pregnant.
About your query, it is advisable for your wife does not lift heavy weight and remain stress free physically & mentally. She can have any type of diet, although a healthy and balanced diet is always recommended. Make sure she is eats every few hours; has a healthy and heavy breakfast; 2-3 rotis+dal+vegetable+curd for lunch and same thing for dinner. She should also take 1-2 fruits daily and have 2-3 litres of water as well.
Hope for positive beta hCG on 7 august.
All the best.
Let me know if you have any questions.
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