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What diet should I follow during pregnancy to increase the baby weight ?

sir/mam, i m at 36 weeks pregnant and doctor said my baby weight is 2 kg and it is less then standard weight so kindly tell me wat shud i do to increase my baby weight tell me the right diet , i had increased 15 kg weight since i pregnant then dont know why baby still not upto the standard weight kindly tell me why this happen and tell me the right diet for my baby............................i m very bad feeling for baby about his /her health
Asked On : Mon, 12 Dec 2011
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i dont think you need any specific extra diet .
wait for a while ,there will be increase in baby weight ,i am sure as you have enough weight gain .
in last trimester there is no effect on baby weight if you eat more ,so be relax
still we have time and everything will be okay
yes,eat more green veg ,fruits and avoid heavy work which give baby stress.
i hope i answered your question .
Answered: Mon, 12 Dec 2011
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