Consumption Of Durian And Soft Drinks When Pregnant?
Good afternoon doctor, I want to ask, three days ago I ate durian and I often drink soda, and now I just realized that I was 3 days late, I tested positive but the line is still blurry. I just feel tired quickly and have difficulty breathing, I don’t feel any complaints in the stomach, what if I get pregnant will my fetus be okay? Info please
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Consumption of durian fruit and soft drinks should indeed be limited to pregnant women. Although the exact mechanism is not clearly known, there are many cases of early contractions during pregnancy that occur after consuming excessive durian fruit and soft drinks. If these contractions are severe enough to occur at a very young gestational age, then you will be at a higher risk of miscarriage.
However, before worrying too much, it would be much better if you make sure first, whether you really are pregnant, or not. The results of the testpack examination which means that you are pregnant will show 2 clear lines, not vague. If your testpack results are vague, then the possibilities can be many, including:
Pregnant, but checking time is too early
Urine contaminated with bacteria or drugs
Wrong testpack procedure
Easy tiredness, shortness of breath, and late menstruation that you experience are just a "probably" pregnant sign, not a "definite" sign. So, you should do a retest in 3 to 7 days to make sure. Or, you can also go directly to an obstetrician to get an ultrasound done.
If it is true that you are pregnant, then the consumption of durian fruit and soda can be dangerous, but it may not. As long as you don't experience any complaints, such as bleeding from the birth canal, severe stomach cramps, cold sweats, and so on, then you probably don't need to worry. In some cases, consumption of durian fruit and soda during pregnancy only causes mild side effects, namely an increase in stomach acid, but does not have a negative impact on pregnancy. However, to prevent the risk of unwanted complications in the future, you should limit the consumption of durian and soda. Regarding the taboos that should be avoided during pregnancy, you can use the following article:
Pregnant women's baby taboos
That's our explanation. For more details, please consult your gynecologist directly..
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah