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Habit of eating uncooked rice. Will this affect the chances of pregnancy? How to get rid of the habit?

i have an habit of eating uncooked rice for the past 8 years and year by year by consumption has increased only. am not able to control it also and am tempted to eat more and more. now am going to get married. all are telling that my habit will delay my pregnancy or pregnancy will not happen due to this. is that true? please help to get relieved of this habit
Asked On : Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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Mar 2016

Pregnancy depends on proper timing of unprotected sexual intercourse and ovulation time or fertile days. If you get your period regularly, then above habits do not interfere with your pregnancy.

You can consult with a psychiatrist or counselor to get rid of from this habit. You need some medication to control this type of habits. Spend more time on movies, listening music, books etc to distract mind from such things. Do regular meditation / yoga for 30 minutes.

Wish your good health. Be well.
Answered: Mon, 12 Aug 2013
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