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What vitamins can I take while breastfeeding as i have no appetite ?

what type of vitamins can i use as a breastfeed mother im year old ,wth 4month baby boy but i donnot have apetite of eating but now im becoming very thin and im still breastfeed.i have tested hiv im having a problem or ist normal or there is anything i can use to becoming fat?
Asked On : Sun, 3 Apr 2011
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If you are thin or fat your breast milk will be almost same quality as others. You can eat food rich in proteins and calories like eggs, milk, chicken, lean meat, pulses, cereals, fresh green leafy vegetables, fruits. These will help for your balanced diet and also give baby good nutrition. You need to get checked for diseases like TB if you have suddenly lost weight in few months for safety. Also get your blood checked for Haemoglobin, blood count, ESR also.
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