1 Month Pregnant If You Can Take Folamil Genio And Prenagen Milk?
, I am 1 month pregnant, May I take Genio folamil and Prenagen milk together a day …
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Need to be clarified, where did you find out about your pregnancy? Has it been confirmed by seeing a doctor? If so, has your doctor not given pregnancy supplements directly to you? Are the supplements and milk that you mentioned above suggested directly by your doctor?
First of all, we need to explain that the diagnosis of pregnancy should only be made after you undergo an objective examination, for example a blood test or ultrasound. If you just did a testpack, you won't necessarily be pregnant. It could also be a positive testpack result due to a way to do the wrong test or urine contaminated by drugs and bacteria. Therefore, you should first ensure that your pregnancy to the doctor ..
If it is true that you are pregnant and have been confirmed by a doctor, in general, the doctor himself will prescribe to you the right pregnancy supplement tailored to your condition. Various types of supplements can be consumed to meet the nutritional needs of the mother and fetus during pregnancy, including the supplements and milk that you mention. However, given the needs of supplements for each person can be different, so without a direct physical examination, of course we are not authorized to assess the accuracy of you consume supplements and milk as mentioned above. It's better if you consult directly with your doctor or obstetrician who is the right type of supplement and milk for you to consume during your pregnancy.
Before going to the doctor, you can meet the nutritional needs of your pregnancy, which is by always undergoing a healthy diet, for example:
Vary your daily diet
Increase consumption of foods rich in folic acid, calcium, iron, and other vitamins and minerals
Limit consumption of spicy foods and excessive gassing
Drink plenty of water
If there are foods, drinks, or drugs that have made you allergic, avoid consumption during pregnancy
Don't over-consume caffeinated drinks (max 1 cup per day)
Stay away from alcohol
Do not consume foods and drinks that are not cooked well and are not hygienic
Balance also the arrangement of eating patterns during pregnancy above with a healthy lifestyle so that your womb health can be more maintained until delivery.
Hope this helps ...