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How do I increase the weight of my foetus to 1500 gms ? usg was done it showed my foetus was 29 weeks n weighed 1207 gms,my practitioner said its lesser n shud have been at least 1500 weight was 70.3 kg.myheight is 5 6 ,,i started my pregnancy with 61 kg weight.plz suggest wat can b d reasons n wat should i do 2 increase d foetal weight.the amniotic fluid is adequate n my b.p. is also normal.
Asked On : Wed, 6 Jul 2011
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Your wt. is in normal parameters,but not so of foetus.Are u eating all healthy food?
See,for proper foetal wt. you should eat5 to 6 times a day.Along with 2 times diet including chapati ,subji,dal, rice ,salad ;u also take milk added with Shatavari Kalpa 3 times a day.Have dry fruits like almond,dry fig, walnuts ,black grapes.If u r non vegetarian,take chicken soup,eggs.
An Ayurvedic medicine Madhumalini Vasant tabs.2 twice a day with milk is very effective in such condition.
Take care,bye.
Answered: Wed, 6 Jul 2011
Ophthalmologist Dr. Ramana Kumar P J's  Response
have gone thro your query.
Actually you have gained aprox 9 kgs , weight gain seems adequate
what is more important is the growth curve of the foetus rather than the absolute weight of the baby
nothing really to panic , eat healthy food stuff with more proteins
suggest repeat USG after one month and look for the normal increase in abdominal circumference .take care DR SIRISHA
Answered: Sat, 9 Jul 2011
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